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QNI&S1C. ENERGY BOARD. 



Ontario Hydro 

Statistical Yearbook 

Supplement to the 
Sixty-Seventh 
Annual Report 

for the year 

1974 



620 University Ave. Toronto, Canada 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

FOREWORD l 

POWER SUPPLY 5 

Operations 5 

Maintenance 8 

BUILDING THE SYSTEM 9 

Current Projects 10 

Transformer Stations 11 

Communications and Control 12 

Transmission Lines 12 

Property Acquisition 13 

Research 13 

CHOICES FOR THE FUTURE 14 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 15 

RATE HEARINGS 16 

Retail Rates and Services 17 

SUPPLIES 18 

CONSERVING ENERGY 18 

THE ENVIRONMENT 19 

STAFF RELATIONS 20 

Staff Recruitment 21 

Staff Development 21 

Health and Safety 21 

New Head Office 22 

FINANCIAL REVIEW 22 

SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 25 

APPENDIX I-OPERATIONS 37 

Ontario Hydro's Power Resources 38 

Power Resources and Requirements 40 

Energy Made Available by Ontario Hydro 40 

Disposal of Energy by Ontario Hydro 41 

Analysis of Energy Sales 42 

Mileage of Transmission Lines and Circuits 44 



Contents iii 

APPENDIX II-FINANCE 45 

Schedules Supporting the Balance Sheet 46 

Allocation of Charges for Power— All 

Customers 49 

Allocation of Charges for Power to 

Municipalities 50 

Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 

Through Debt Retirement 69 

APPENDIX III-RETAIL 77 

Miles of Line and Number of Retail Customers 80 

Electricity Sales, Revenue, and Customers 83 

SUPPLEMENT-MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 85 

Financial Statements of the Municipal 

Electrical Utilities 90 

Electricity Sales, Revenue, and Customers 142 



STATISTICAL YEARBOOK 

Supplement to the Sixty-Seventh Annual Report 

of 

Ontario Hydro 



FOREWORD 

Chairman's Summary 

For Ontario Hydro, 1974 was a year of continuing adjustment to a changing social 
and economic climate. 

It was a year in which Hydro took important steps to improve and strengthen its rel- 
ations with the public it serves. While recognizing that its prime responsibility is to 
provide the people and industries of Ontario with electric power at the lowest feasi- 
ble cost, Ontario Hydro realizes, too, that it has important obligations to protect 
Ontario's environment. It also accepts, as an integral part of its role, the desirability 
of involving the public in the major decisions for system expansion that must be 
made to ensure an adequate supply of electricity in the future. 

Equally important, the past year brought a keener appreciation of the need to learn 
how to conserve energy. The oil crisis abated, but left in its wake the vivid realiza- 
tion that the day of "cheap" energy was over and that there exist definite limits to 
such non-renewable resources as coal, oil, and natural gas. 

Double-digit inflation appeared on the Canadian scene for the first time since 1951. 
The prices of almost everything Ontario Hydro needs to produce and distribute 
power - labour, fuel, steel, construction equipment, and money - all rose alarmingly 
in 1974. The cost of delivered coal, for instance, went up 55 per cent - from $12.75 
to $19.75 a ton. In the face of this accelerating inflation, Ontario Hydro had no al- 
ternative but to announce substantial rate increases for 1975. 

With inflation continuing at an undiminished pace, it is now apparent that Hydro 
will be forced to apply for even more substantial rate increases to take effect in 1976. 



2 Foreword 

It became evident in 1974 that fuel availability will pose a problem in the future. 
U.S. coal will be scarcer and dearer because of production and market conditions; 
therefore, Ontario Hydro is actively exploring the development of Western Cana- 
dian coal resources as a supplementary source of supply. There is concern, however, 
about the longer-term supply of fossil fuels of all kinds for generating electricity. In- 
asmuch as uranium is indigenous to Ontario and the CANDU reactor has proved 
eminently successful, it seems virtually certain that future expansion will be based 
on nuclear power complemented by the addition of some fossil-fuelled generating 
stations. 

The continuing need to maintain adequate power reserves was clearly demonstrated 
in 1974 when two major equipment failures - one at Nanticoke and the other at 
Pickering - sharply reduced Ontario Hydro's generating capacity. Because of the 
bleak supply outlook in late November as a result of this loss in generating capacity, 
arrangements were made with American utilities to obtain emergency power sup- 
plies. As it turned out, only minor assistance was needed. Peak customer demand in 
December was lower than the previous year's high because of warm weather com- 
bined with a slowdown in economic activity, and three of the Nanticoke generating 
units were returned to service on a temporary basis around the middle of that 
month. So the crisis passed. 

Last year saw Ontario Hydro's first exposure to a formal review of its rate proposals 
before the Ontario Energy Board. The hearings were open to the press and public. 
The Energy Board closely scrutinized the Corporation's expansion plans to 1982, its 
load forecasting methods, and its financial policies and objectives. 

In July, the Government of Ontario announced that Ontario Hydro's report, Long- 



STATISTICAL 



1964 

Dependable peak capacity, December thousand kW 7,776 

Primary power requirements, December thousand kW 7,210 

Annual energy generated and purchased million kWh 44,399 

Primary million kWh 40,632 

Secondary million kWh 3,767 

Annual energy sold by Ontario Hydro million kWh 41,115 

Primary revenue of Ontario Hydro (net after refunds) million $ 289 

Fixed assets at cost million $ 2,762 

Gross expenditure on fixed assets in year million $ 1 10 

Total assets, less accumulated depreciation million $ 2,824 

Long-term liabilities and notes payable million $ 1,999 

Transmission line circuit miles 18,826 

Primary retail distribution line circuit miles 49,173 

Average number of employees in year 14,53 1 

Number of associated municipal electrical utilities 357 

Ultimate customers served by Ontario Hydro and municipal utilities thousands 2,096 



Chairman 's Summary 3 

Range Planning of the Electric Power System, would provide the basis for public 
hearings and review of the province's power requirements to 1993. More than 14,000 
copies of the report were distributed by Hydro in 1974 to representatives of govern- 
ment, industry, planners, associations, special interest groups, and private citizens. 
Because many of the social, economic, and environmental objectives of our society 
are in conflict, choices or trade-offs which rest upon value judgements must be 
made. The long-range planning report is, by design, general and emphasizes funda- 
mental concepts. It should prove to be a valuable catalyst for wide-ranging and im- 
portant discussions concerning the areas of conflict. 

This is the first annual report of Ontario Hydro since administration and control of 
the corporation were transferred from The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of 
Ontario to a Board of Directors on March 4, 1974. Although Hydro's function and 
its relationship to the local utilities remain the same, the larger Board represents a 
greater diversity of interest and viewpoint than did the smaller Commission. 

George Gathercole, who had served for eight years as Chairman of the former Com- 
mission, became the first Chairman of the new corporation. He retired at the end of 
1974 and I should like to acknowledge the enormous contribution made to Ontario 
Hydro and the people of Ontario by Mr. Gathercole and the former Commissioners. 

This report would not be complete without an expression of appreciation for the 
continuing co-operation received from the Ontario Municipal Electric Association 
and the Association of Municipal Electrical Utilities. The Board of Directors in- 
tends to do all it can to maintain and strengthen these all-important relations. 

In conclusion, I should like to pay tribute, on behalf of the Board, to the men and 



SUMMARY 1964-1974 



1965 


1966 


1967 


1968 


1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


8,199 


8,464 


8,995 


10,338 


11,242 


12,670 


13,941 


14,422 


17,501 


15,759 


7,818 


8,565 


8,964 


9,994 


10,555 


11,289 


11,534 


12,739 


13,606 


13,538 


47,528 


51,753 


54,615 


58,693 


62,449 


68,074 


72,221 


79,994 


85,909 


90,774 


43,584 


48,056 


51,357 


55,789 


59,426 


64,289 


68,134 


73,497 


78,163 


82,696 


3,944 


3,697 


3,258 


2,904 


3,023 


3,785 


4,087 


6,497 


7,746 


8,078 


44,213 


47,944 


50,725 


54,816 


58,413 


63,815 


67,817 


75,036 


81,041 


85,496 


311 


336 


367 


415 


469 


534 


607 


665 


794 


896 


2,894 


3,125 


3,361 


3,669 


4,098 


4,588 


5,062 


5,604 


6,581 


7,447 


150 


211 


252 


329 


447 


511 


507 


562 


997 


890 


2,987 


3,190 


3,443 


3,749 


4,129 


4,613 


5,064 


5,525 


6,343 


7,080 


2,106 


2,237 


2,400 


2,618 


2,906 


3,276 


3,635 


4,013 


4,701 


5,278 


19,050 


19,342 


19,492 


19,908 


20,037 


21,208 


21,915 


22,325 


22,920 


23,282 


49,435 


49,863 


50,316 


50,534 


51,320 


51,777 


52,747 


53,322 


54,116 


54,740 


14,996 


15,361 


16,651 


19,550 


21,686 


22,584 


23,264 


22,582 


22,962 


23,612 


360 


358 


355 


354 


354 


353 


353 


353 


353 


353 


2,142 


2,188 


2,246 


2,292 


2,344 


2,389 


2,434 


2,480 


2,537 


2,593 



4 Foreword 

women of Ontario Hydro, who are the real secret of its success. The Province of On- 
tario has been well served by these dedicated people of integrity, foresight, skill, and 
courage. 



The Corporation 

Ontario Hydro is a special statutory corporation which administers an electric 
power enterprise and has broad powers to produce, buy, and deliver electric power 
throughout the Province of Ontario. It was created as a financially self-sustaining 
body corporate under the name of The Hydro-Electric Power Commission of On- 
tario by an Act of the Provincial Legislature passed in 1906. It now operates under 
The Power Corporation Act, Revised Statutes of Ontario 1970, c 354 as amended. 

The Power Commission Amendment Act, 1973, which came into force on March 4, 
1974, changed the name of the Corporation from "The Hydro-Electric Power Com- 
mission of Ontario" to "Ontario Hydro". It also changed the form of the adminis- 
tration of Ontario Hydro from a six-man commission to a Board of Directors com- 
posed of a Chairman, a Vice-Chairman, a President, and not more than 10 other 
directors. The Act also changed the title of the Corporation's enabling legislation 
from "The Power Commission Act" to "The Power Corporation Act". These 
changes did not affect the rights or obligations of the Corporation. 

In October, the Board of Directors approved a major reorganization at senior man- 
agement level, including establishing a new Corporate Office. The Corporate Office, 
comprising the president and three vice-presidents, will focus on overall corporate 
objectives and policies, with day-to-day operations being the responsibility of seven 
general managers who report to the vice-presidents. 

This form of reorganization was selected as being the most effective and adaptable 
of the alternatives suggested by Task Force Hydro in order to meet the needs of On- 
tario Hydro's customers and the public. Task Force Hydro, appointed by the On- 
tario Government, conducted a wide-ranging study and made a number of recom- 
mendations, including the setting up of a corporate office. 

Ontario Hydro is primarily concerned with providing electric power in the Province 
by generation or purchase and delivering it in bulk to the municipalities for resale, 
and to certain direct industrial customers including several mining companies. The 
remaining primary sales are made to retail customers either in rural areas or in cer- 
tain communities not served by municipal electrical utilities. In addition Ontario 
Hydro makes secondary sales to other power systems. 

In addition to supplying power, Ontario Hydro, as required by Provincial legisla- 
tion, exercises certain regulatory functions with respect to the electrical service pro- 
vided by municipalities. For the administration of its operations Ontario Hydro 
maintains offices in a number of suitably located centres within seven regions into 
which its power system has been divided. 

The basic principle governing the financial aspect of Ontario Hydro's operations is 
that service is provided at cost, which is defined in The Power Corporation Act to 
include charges for power purchased, operation, maintenance, administration, fixed 
charges, and reserve adjustments. The fixed charges comprise interest, depreciation, 



Power Supply 5 

and a provision for the retirement of debt over a 40-year period. The municipalities, 
operating under cost contracts with Ontario Hydro, are billed throughout the year 
at interim rates based on estimates of the cost of service. At the end of each year, 
when the actual cost of service has been established, the necessary balancing adjust- 
ments are made in their accounts. 

The Province guarantees the payment of principal and interest on all bonds and 
notes issued to the public by Ontario Hydro. In the case of borrowing from the 
United States, the Province issues bonds on behalf of Hydro. 

POWER SUPPLY 

Operations 

Ontario Hydro serves an operational area of 250,000 square miles that extends 
about 1,000 miles from east to west and as far north as James Bay. 

Hydro and the 353 associated municipal electric utilities provided electrical service 
to 2,592,833 customers in 1974, reflecting a 2.2 per cent increase over the previous 
year. The municipal utilities distributed power, supplied to them under cost con- 
tracts for resale, to 1,872,461 customers. Ontario Hydro served 720,273 retail cus- 
tomers, including two utilities, directly, under its rural retail system and 99 direct in- 
dustrial customers including 1 1 utilities. 

Ultimate customers served 

Retail customers of 353 municipal utilities 1 ,872,46 1 

Retail customers of Ontario Hydro 
In 13 communities where Ontario Hydro owns 
and operates the distribution facilities 27,592 

In rural areas (including 2 utilities) 692,681 

720,273 720,273 

Direct customers (including 1 1 utilities) 99 

Total 2,592,833 



Primary energy requirements rose to 82,696 million kilowatt-hours in 1974, exceed- 
ing those for the previous year by 5.8 per cent. However, the mildest December in 
many years, combined with a slowdown in economic activity, resulted in a maxi- 
mum primary peak demand of 13,538,232 kilowatts - a fall of 0.5 per cent from 
1973. (The winter peak was carried over to January 1975 and exceeded the previous 
winter peak by 2.2 per cent) 

The mild weather alleviated a temporarily marginal supply situation. A metallurgi- 
cal failure of an end ring resulted in a fire in the No. 2 unit at Nanticoke GS and 
caused the removal from service of four coal-fired units while one nuclear unit at 
Pickering GS was shut down to investigate heavy water leaks in the pressure tube 
system. As a result, the system's dependable peak capacity was reduced to 15,758,- 
500 kW, 10 per cent below the corresponding level in 1973. A possible power short- 
age was averted when three of the Nanticoke units were restored to service on a 
temporary basis by the time the weather turned colder. 



Operations 



Demands and resources 



[W' £.':;:! dependable peak capacity 

E9M primary power requirements 

kWXWN primary energy requirements 
(average kW per year) 



thousand kW 
18,000 




1964 



1 6,000 



14,000 



1 2,000 



1 0,000 



- 8,000 



- 6,000 



4,000 



- 2,000 



74 



Total energy generated by Hydro or purchased from other utility systems increased 
5.7 per cent to 90,774 million kWh in 1974. Ontario Hydro's stations produced 84.1 
per cent of this total, compared with 85.2 per cent in 1973. 

For the first time, thermal-electric plants produced more energy than hydro-electric 
stations. Of the total kilowatt-hours generated and purchased, fossil-fuelled and nu- 
clear thermal-electric plants generated 42.5 per cent, compared with 41.6 per cent 
for hydro-electric. Nuclear stations accounted for 14.9 per cent and energy pur- 
chases 15.9 percent. 

Hydro-electric station output of 37,749 million kWh was 2.4 per cent more than in 
1973, largely because of increased output in Northwestern Ontario where voluntary 
restrictions in effect since 1972 on the Nipigon River flow were removed. 

Thermal-electric generation totalled 38,569 million kWh, an increase of 6.2 per cent 
in the year. Of this, gas and coal-fired units produced 25,011 million kWh, (up 10.2 
per cent), nuclear operations provided 13,536 million kWh, (a decline of 0.4 per cent 
reflecting loss of the Pickering unit), and combustion-turbine units supplied 22 mil- 
lion kWh, (44.7 per cent less). 



Power Supply 



Dependable peak capacity 



thousand kW 
■20,000 



purchased 




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¥ 



15,000 



10,000 



5,000 



1964 



66 



70 



72 



Hydro purchased 14,456 million kWh, a 13.7 per cent increase over 1973, mainly be- 
cause of increased deliveries under contracts with Quebec and Manitoba. 

Apart from the heavy water leaks in unit 3 at Pickering, which involved no risk to ei- 
ther the public or employees, the Pickering units continued to operate well, with 
outstanding performance by unit 4. This unit achieved a gross capacity factor of 94 
per cent, the best performance of any reactor in North America. Units 1 and 2 also 
achieved high capacity factors in 1974. 

Production of heavy water - an essential ingredient along with natural uranium in 
Canadian nuclear stations - has been beset with difficulties for many years. After in- 
itial difficulties, the Bruce Heavy Water plant, which commenced operation the pre- 
vious year, achieved a breakthrough in 1974 by producing 640 megagrams (705 
tons) of reactor-grade heavy water. This represented a capacity factor of 75.5 per 
cent. The output, exceeding expectations, is partly attributable to a reliable supply 
of steam from the Douglas Point nuclear plant and the oil-fired auxiliary steam 
plant. 

Exchange of power between Ontario Hydro and interconnected utility systems con- 
tinued to provide mutual benefits. A new export licence, valid from January 1974 to 



Maintenance 



Primary energy demand 



thousand 
average killowatts 

11,000 



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10,000 



9,000 



8,000 



7,000 



J 
1973 



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1974 



the end of December 1975, permitted sales of power up to 8,250 million kWh in any 
consecutive 12-month period. Secondary export sales for 1974 were 5,939 million 
kWh and occurred mainly during the oil crisis in the first half of the year. Net reve- 
nue from this source totalled $55 million, benefitting Ontario customers through 
lower costs for power. 

Lake storage conditions were generally favourable throughout the year for hydro- 
electric stations in the East and West systems. The annual average flows for the Ni- 
agara, St. Lawrence, and Ottawa Rivers were 18.7 per cent, 21.4 per cent, and 23.8 
per cent, respectively, above their 10-year averages. 



MAINTENANCE 

A major fire in a Nanticoke generator and tube leaks in one of Pickering's four reac- 
tors caused major maintenance problems in 1974. 

The three remaining units were removed from service at Nanticoke as a precaution- 
ary measure while the cause of the fire was being investigated. Tests indicated that a 
metallurgical failure of an end ring on the Unit 2 generator caused the fault. 



Building the System 9 

Modified end rings were installed on the other three units and they were restored to 
temporary service in December. Unit 2 will remain out of service for an indefinite 
period. New generator rotor retaining rings are being designed for all eight units to 
provide long-term safety and reliability. 

The first Nanticoke unit came into service in 1972. Installation of units 5 to 8 should 
be completed by 1977 as scheduled. 

Discovery of pressure tube leaks in Unit 3 at Pickering last August led to an inten- 
sive investigation by Ontario Hydro, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, and vari- 
ous suppliers. Pressure tubes contain heavy water which transports heat from the 
uranium fuel bundles inside the reactor to the steam generators. None of the heavy 
water escaped from the reactor system. 

As a result of the investigation, sophisticated techniques were developed for detect- 
ing leaks and removing cracked tubes. A total of 17 tubes required replacement and 
this work was under way by year's end. The other three units continue to set high 
levels of performance. 

To avoid a similar problem at Bruce GS which is under construction, plans were 
made to stress-relieve tubes installed in units 1 and 2, and to modify installation pro- 
cedures for units 3 and 4. This will delay initial operation of unit 2 by several 
months, but is not expected to affect the schedule for the other three units. 

During the year, Hydro continued to improve the efficiency of its operation by in- 
corporating the latest equipment and techniques. Recent developments include: 

-Delivery of a 20-axle railway car having a capacity of 500 tons to help solve the 
problems of shipping heavy electrical equipment. 

-Acquisition of a transportable balancing machine to reduce the time and cost of 
balancing large steam turbine-generator rotors during overhaul. In 1974, the ma- 
chine was used to balance five rotors, of which the largest weighed 91 tons. 

-The storage at five key locations of 30 specially designed 230-kV emergency trans- 
mission towers. These structures are partly assembled and can be easily transported 
by road or air to any location where tower damage occurs. They can be erected by a 
variety of methods, including techniques that involve the use of helicopters. 

-Replacement turbine propellers of a modified design were installed on two of the 
eight units at Chats Falls GS. When work on the remaining units is completed, the 
station output will be increased by 27,000 kW, an increase of more than 15 per cent. 



BUILDING THE SYSTEM 

Projects under construction or planned for service up to 1982 will add more than 
11,000,000 kW to Ontario Hydro's generating capacity. This program was approved 
in principle by the Ontario Government in 1973 and reviewed by the Ontario En- 
ergy Board in 1974. 

On the basis of an interim report by the Energy Board, the Government approved 
construction of an oil-fired plant at Wesleyville, near Port Hope, and a second nu- 
clear plant at Pickering, each with a capacity of approximately 2,000,000 kW, and 
two additional heavy-water plants at Bruce. 



10 



Current Projects 



POWER DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION 

as at December 31, 1974 





Units 


In-Service 
Schedule 


Installed Capacity 


Development 


Number 


Type 


In 

Service 


Under 
Construction 


Nanticoke— Lake Erie near 

Port Dover 

Lennox— Lake Ontario, 

22 miles west of Kingston 

Bruce— Lake Huron, near 

Kincardine 


8 

4 

4 
4 

2 

4 
4 


TC 

TC 

TN 

TCT 

H 

TC 

TN 


1972-73-73-74- 
75-76-76-77 

1975-76-76-77 

1976-77-78-79 

1974-76 

1976 

1979-80 

1980-81-81-82 


kW 

2,000,000 


kW 
2,000,000 

2,295,000 




3,200,000 


Bruce Auxiliary Units 

Arnprior— Madawaska River 

Wesleyville— Lake Ontario 

near Port Hope 
Pickering B— Lake Ontario 

east of Toronto 


44,400 


14,800 
78,000 




2,295,000 




2,160,000 









TC Thermal-electric conventional 

TCT Thermal-electric combustion turbine 

TN Thermal-electric nuclear 

H Hydro-electric 

Approval of other projects was deferred pending further studies. These included a 
second 3,000,000-kW nuclear station at the Bruce Nuclear Power Development and 
a 3,000,000-kW nuclear station on a new site near Bowmanville. 

Also under consideration were a 300,000-kW extension to the coal-fired Thunder 
Bay generating station and construction of a new station on a site in Northwestern 
Ontario. 

The Government also approved public participation studies for a new generating 
station site and transmission facilities on the North Channel of Lake Huron. 

Current projects 

-Bruce Nuclear Power Development - Several station systems were completed in 
1974 and commissioned for service. These included electric systems; three standby 
power generators; water treatment, heating and ventilating, compressed air, fire pro- 
tection, and service water systems. Four 800,000-kW units are scheduled for opera- 
tion by 1979. 

Ontario Hydro purchased the Bruce Heavy Water Plant in 1973 from Atomic En- 
ergy of Canada Limited and construction of a second plant with similar capacity 
began in 1974. Approval was given for a third heavy water plant with a fourth plant 
to be considered. 

-Pickering GS - Preliminary construction work began for a second 2,000,000-kW 
nuclear station at the Pickering site. It will have four 500,000-kW units. By the end 
of the year a number of orders had been placed for major equipment. The first unit 
is scheduled for service in 1980. 



Building the System 



11 



EXPENDITURES ON FIXED ASSETS 1965-1974 



Year 


Genera- 
tion 


Transfor- 
mation 


Trans- 
mission 


Retail 
Distribu- 
tion 


Heavy 

Water 

Plant and 

Facilities 


Other 


Total 


1965 

1966 

1967 

1968 

1969 

1970 

1971 

1972 

1973 

1974 


$'000 
90,420 
131,900 
154,889 
192,772 
273,082 
318,236 
336,124 
404,826 
558,227 
611,520 


$'000 
18,734 
22,593 
30,128 
38,270 
62,507 
68,682 
57,965 
54,348 
53,684 
60,657 


$'000 
19,727 
21,607 
26,774 
53,439 
60,128 
65,141 
53,452 
49,362 
56,709 
58,738 


$'000 
18,066 
20,256 
22,280 
23,276 
28,567 
30,410 
36,169 
33,062 
47,033 
51,995 


$'000 

+ 254,877 
58,400 


$'000 
* 3,004 
14,908 
18,075 
21,583 
22,411 
28,577 
23,541 
20,550 
26,060 
48,750 


$'000 
149,951 
211,264 
252,146 
329,340 
446,695 
511.046 
507,251 
562,148 
996,590 
890,060 


Total 


3,071,996 


467,568 


465,077 


311,114 


313,277 


227,459 


4,856,491 



* Does not include investment in tools and equipment now included in fixed assets. 

+ Includes $253 million payable to Atomic Energy of Canada Limited for Bruce Heavy Water Plant A. 



-Nanticoke GS - Work continued during 1974 on installing the last four units at the 
coal-fired station, which will have an ultimate capacity of 4,000,000 kW. The station 
is expected to be completed by 1977. 

-Lennox GS - By year-end, regular shipments of residual oil were arriving by unit 
train from Quebec City for Hydro's first oil-fired station. Work on unit 2, the first 
scheduled for service, was delayed by a three-month strike of electricians, but the 
unit was expected to be started up early in 1975. All four units at the 2,295,000-kW 
plant are scheduled for service by 1977. 

-Wesleyville GS - Preliminary construction work began near Port Hope for con- 
struction of four 500,000-kW units designed for firing by either residual or crude oil. 
By the end of the year, orders had been placed for the boilers, turbine-generators, 
and other major equipment. The four units, totalling 2,000,000 kW, are scheduled 
for service in 1979 and 1980. 

-Arnprior GS - Two hydro-electric units with a total capacity of 78,000 kW are 
scheduled for service by 1976. Contracts were awarded in 1974 for the supply of 
generators, transformers, and other equipment; construction of the powerhouse, 
headworks, main dam, and tailrace control weir; and relocation of the Canadian Pa- 
cific Railway tracks. 



Transformer stations 

To connect Ontario Hydro's expanding 500-kV system to the 230-kV network, sin- 
gle-phase autotransformers with a capacity of 750 MVA were placed in service in 
banks of three at the Hanmer, Essa, and Kleinburg transformer stations. These in- 



12 Communications and Control 

stallations represent an intermediate step by Ontario Hydro and the manufacturers 
in developing three-phase, 750-MVA autotransformers. Two of the large three- 
phase units were also delivered to Nanticoke GS in 1974 and several others are on 
order. 

During the year, two new 230-kV stations and three 115-kV stations were also 
placed in service. Construction continued on two 230-kV and four 115-kV stations. 
Additional capacity was installed at one 230-kV station and at seven 115-kV sta- 
tions. 

Design and procurement of switchgear equipment using sulphur hexafluoride (SF 6 ) 
as an insulating medium continued for use at 115 kV, 230 kV, and 500 kV. These 
units will be installed at several new transformer stations in the Toronto and Ottawa 
areas. The use of SF 6 equipment conserves space and permits switchgear to be in- 
stalled in attractive buildings, on landscaped sites. 

Communications and control 

Twenty-eight new microwave stations are being built in Southern Ontario to provide 
a communications network for line protection and control purposes for the expand- 
ing power system. A new, slim-line type of tower was selected for the project and is 
expected to be well accepted by the public. The first phase of the microwave system 
extension was placed in operation in 1974 in preparation for the start-up of Lennox 
GS. The other phases of the system will be ready in 1975 and 1976. 

In another step to improve system security and reliability work continued on the 
Data Acquisition and Computing System (DACS) which will collect, process, and 
display at the System Control Centre data from 130 generating and transformer sta- 
tions. Installation and testing of control centre hardware was completed, and the 
testing of sub-systems was begun. Initial service is expected in 1975. 

Transmission lines 

Construction of new transmission facilities is essential to deliver power from new 
generating stations under construction. A 500-kV system overlay will be developed 
to meet Ontario's requirements into the 1990s. 

In July, 1974, after extensive public hearings, the Ontario Government approved the 
route of a new 500-kV transmission corridor to connect the Nanticoke and Picker- 
ing stations together with a 500-kV line from Bruce GS to a new transformer station 
at Mil ton,» where the two lines will connect. These lines are scheduled for completion 
in the fall of 1977. 

The Nanticoke-Pickering line will follow the government's proposed parkway belt 
around Metropolitan Toronto as closely as possible. Acquisition of certain sections 
of the right-of-way is proceeding in advance of final parkway belt approval because 
of the urgency of getting the new facilities into service. 

Additional 500-kV lines are required to transmit power from the Bruce project but 
approval has been withheld pending public hearings on long-range planning. 

In addition, the route for the 500-kV line from Lennox GS to the Oshawa area 
awaits a decision of the Solandt Commission appointed by the Government to con- 
duct public hearings. The decision is expected early in 1975. The line is required for 
service in January, 1978. 



Building the System 13 

Following environmental studies, consultants produced an interim report on alter- 
native 500-kV power corridors between Nanticoke GS and the London area. Pro- 
posals were made in September and presented to government ministries, but further 
action was halted pending a review of the system plan for southern Ontario. 

Public participation studies have been conducted to determine the best method of 
transmitting power to Prince Edward County. A recommendation will be made to 
the Government after completion of a formal report early in 1975. 

With the co-operation of the National Energy Board and the oil and gas pipeline in- 
dustries, specifications have been prepared for the safe joint use of power transmis- 
sion rights-of-way with oil and gas pipelines. Such multiple use of right-of-way will 
reduce the amount of land needed by the energy industry and save money for the 
utilities involved, and, ultimately, their customers. 

During 1974 two sections of 500-kV transmission line between Nobel TS and Essa 
TS, and between Hanmer TS and Martindale Junction - a total of 75 miles - were 
completed. These were the final links in a second 500-kV line from Sudbury to the 
Toronto area, a distance of 208 miles, permitting the transfer of increased amounts 
of power between southern and northeastern Ontario. 

Completion of a second 230-kV transmission line from the Manitoba border to Ati- 
tokan TS, via Kenora and Dryden, permits more power to flow between Manitoba 
and Ontario. 

Property acquisition 

New and more flexible policies were established in 1974 for the acquisition of trans- 
mission-line rights-of-way. These policies were developed in response to requests 
from the farming community for flexible compensation and more uniform applica- 
tion of the Expropriations Act, and were worked out in close co-operation with farm 
organizations, government ministries, and outside agencies. 

Under the new procedures, an owner may elect either a negotiated settlement or the 
formal expropriation procedure. On proposed high-voltage rights-of-way an owner 
has a choice of either selling the land to Ontario Hydro or granting an easement in 
perpetuity either for a lump sum or for adjustable annual payments. As provided in 
the Act, compensation is based upon market value to which may be added allow- 
ances for such factors as reasonable expenses and disturbance. 

Owners who have sold land to Ontario Hydro for use as rights-of-way may lease it 
back for agriculture, paying a nominal annual rent of $ 1 per acre plus taxes. This 
practice retains the use of many hundreds of acres of rights-of-way for producing 
food. 

Research 

Work on a ducted air-medium underground transmission system - in effect, a large 
underground pipeline in which air provides the insulating medium between conduc- 
tors - has shown that the system can operate at 230 kV. Tests are now being con- 
ducted at facilities set up near Kleinburg to evaluate air and other gas-insulated, 
three-phase transmission systems at voltages up to 500 kV. 



14 Choices for the Future 

Another step in the quest to develop less obtrusive transmission facilities is the use 
of semi-conductive insulators. Research by Ontario Hydro in co-operation with a 
Canadian manufacturer has made it possible to convert two transmission lines from 
115-kV to 230-kV operation using existing structures. Normally, much larger towers 
would have been required. This use illustrates the potential of the new insulators to 
reduce the size of transmission structures. The manufacturer has acquired equip- 
ment to produce 20,000 such insulators annually. 

Delays in the proposed 500-kV network, occasioned by the public participation 
process, will reduce the stability margin in parts of the system for several years as 
large new generating units come into service before the lines are completed. To ease 
this problem, equipment using a new type of excitation stabilizing signal is being de- 
veloped for Bruce GS. At Lennox GS, a new type of logic control of excitation will 
detect severe system disturbances and improve stability. 

To determine the effectiveness of the multi-flue stack for units 1 to 4 at Nanticoke 
GS in dispersing gases, measurements are being made of stack emissions, wind ve- 
locity and direction, air temperatures at heights up to 6,500 feet, and concentrations 
of pollutants at ground level. In part of the study, York University scientists are us- 
ing lidar equipment - a combination of laser and radar technology - to trace the 
plume of invisible gases as they move downwind. 

Research is being conducted on the possibility of boiler corrosion from gases prod- 
uced by the planned burning of garbage at Lakeview GS. A probe has been devel- 
oped to expose samples of boiler- tube alloys to combustion gases in various parts of 
the boiler. After removal, the samples will be examined to determine the nature and 
rate of corrosion. 

Because there are only limited facilities in Canada for testing large reactor heat- 
transport pumps, Ontario Hydro is building a specially equipped laboratory for this 
purpose. The laboratory, scheduled to be completed in 1976, will test pumps to en- 
sure their reliability in operation at Hydro's nuclear stations. 

CHOICES FOR THE FUTURE 

Long-range planning of the power system is necessary to assure the orderly and 
timely development of appropriate facilities beyond the requirements of the next 
decade. Longer lead times between the conception and completion of major facili- 
ties, due in part to social, environmental, and economic considerations, have been 
intensifying the need for longer-term direction. 

Ontario Hydro has prepared a report, "Long-Range Planning of the Electric Power 
System," suggesting the general direction in which the Corporation may be required 
to proceed over the decade ending in 1993. Made public by the Minister of Energy 
in July, the report develops conceptual plans for facilities needed to meet a range of 
rates of load growth. 

The Minister of Energy released the report with the announcement that extensive 
public hearings on the plans would be held during 1975. Hydro placed advertise- 
ments in newspapers across the province inviting the public to comment on the re- 
port and more than 14,000 copies were distributed to individuals, citizens' groups, 
and organizations. 



Public Participation 15 

"As long as the tentative nature of the utility's long-range plan is recognized," the 
report emphasized, "the plan can be of value to governments, action groups, and 
members of the public, in providing them with a context within which to evaluate 
short-range plans announced by the utility." 

System expansion over the next 20 years and beyond will emphasize nuclear-electric 
generation which is considered to be the most feasible power source from both the 
environmental and cost points of view. 

Ontario is dependent on outside sources for 80 per cent of its energy fuels and the 
availability of coal, oil, and gas in the future is in question. Rapidly rising costs of 
these fuels are also a matter of concern. The province is rich in uranium reserves. 

Nuclear power is also the most economical. Including fixed charges, it costs about 
6.5 mills to produce one kilowatt-hour at the Pickering nuclear plant. At Nanticoke, 
a coal-burning plant of similar vintage, the corresponding cost is about 50 per cent 
higher. Of all available forms of thermal-electric generation, nuclear is considered to 
be the best environmental option. 

In the light of these advantages, Hydro is proposing, subject to the consent of gov- 
ernment and the public, to build a system that by 1990 will be 45 per cent nuclear- 
fuelled and 44 per cent fossil-fuelled, with the remaining 1 1 per cent derived from its 
hydro-electric resources. 



PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 

Public involvement in all major expansion plans impacting on the environment or 
life style of the people has become the accepted way of doing things at Ontario Hy- 
dro and the process was associated with many expansion projects during the year. 

Proposed generating station sites and high-voltage transmission line projects all in- 
volve extensive public involvement at the planning stage and procedures have been 
developed with a view to ensuring maximum public participation. 

A project team approach is being used in which representatives of such Hydro func- 
tions as engineering, system planning, property acquisition, forestry, and public rel- 
ations are assigned to a specific project. The team's task is to provide the public with 
full information about Hydro's plans and to make any revisions to the original pro- 
posal that might be indicated on the basis of public input. 

The process involves compiling extensive inventories of the study area, including in- 
formation on topography, geology, soils, surface water, vegetation, wildlife, existing 
and future land uses, and other factors possibly bearing on the selection of a right- 
of-way or a station site. 

Throughout the public participation process, citizens are kept informed of the 
study's progress through meetings, local media, and mailed reports. Only after all 
the data has been reviewed is the most acceptable route or site identified and recom- 
mended for approval by the Government. 



16 



Rate Hearings 



Energy made available 



i 



I 



million kWh 
100,000 



_ 



purchased 
nuclear 
fossil thermal 

hydro-electric 



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1964 



66 



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80,000 



60,000 



40,000 



20,000 



70 



72 



74 



RATE HEARINGS 

The Ontario Energy Board Act requires all rate changes proposed by Ontario Hy- 
dro for municipal electric utilities and direct industrial customers on or after Janu- 
ary 1, 1975, to be submitted to the Ontario Energy Board for public review. 

Public hearings into 1975 rates began last year following prior hearings and detailed 
public scrutiny by the Energy Board of Ontario Hydro's expansion plans, load fore- 
casting methods, and its financial policies and objectives. The hearings extended 
over a period of seven months and produced more than 13,600 pages of transcript. 

At the rate hearings, Hydro proposed to increase revenues by about $115 million by 
raising rates 15.3 per cent to municipal electric utilities and 16 per cent to direct in- 
dustrial customers. The proposal dealt only with bulk power rates and did not deal 
directly with rate increases to Ontario Hydro's rural retail customers. 

The Energy Board's recommendation to the Minister of Energy was that rates be in- 
creased to the municipalities and direct industrial customers by 12.7 per cent and 
14.5 per cent, respectively. 

Although the Board of Directors accepted the major rate recommendations made 



Relations with Customers 



17 



Disposal of energy 




40.000 



20,000 



74 estimated 



by the Energy Board, it decided that recovery of deficits from industrial customers 
and the retail system should begin in 1975 as originally proposed. As a result, the fi- 
nal rate increases announced averaged 12.4 per cent to municipalities and 15.2 per 
cent to direct industrial customers, effective January 1, 1975. Ontario Hydro also 
undertook a number of studies, many of which were suggested by the Energy Board, 
in an attempt to reach more definitive conclusions on related issues. 

Retail rates and services 

During 1974, 287 of the municipal electric utilities increased their rates. These 
changes increased billings to customers of the municipal systems by an estimated 
6.3 per cent, on the average. This compares with an 12.7 per cent increase in the Sta- 
tistics Canada index for household operation, which includes costs of fuel and en- 
ergy. 

In 1974 spending by the municipal electric utilities on new distribution facilities and 
improvements exceeded $100 million for the first time. Although normal load 
growth caused part of this rise, inflation had a significant impact. To finance the 



18 Supplies 

cost of facilities, borrowing through debentures or bank loans increased by 64 per 
cent over 1973. Despite this marked increase in debt financing, the municipal utili- 
ties financed approximately 83 per cent of their new capital expenditures from oper- 
ating revenues. 

While rural retail rates were not within the scope of the Ontario Energy Board's de- 
liberations, application of the same wholesale cost principles to their rates resulted 
in rate increases of 11.27 per cent to rural customers and 13.7 per cent to local sys- 
tem customers. 

A new monthly payment plan was introduced for the convenience of rural custom- 
ers. Under the plan, customers are billed monthly and meters read quarterly. The 
plan will be made available to almost all rural customers by the end of 1975. 

SUPPLIES 

Purchase orders reached a record high of $1.5 billion in 1974. Of this amount nearly 
$1 billion was ordered in Canada. Of the Canadian orders $733.7 million were 
placed in Ontario. 

Generators, turbines, boilers, and auxiliary plant equipment were included in the 
major category, accounting for $448.8 million or 29.8 per cent of the total. Next 
came fuel at $215.4 million or 14.3 per cent, compared with $146.6 million in 1973. 

Business arising out of these projects will create a significant workload for manufac- 
turers and service industries. 

Shortages of materials and equipment led to extended delivery times during the 
year. As a result, delays occurred in providing electrical service to customers early in 
the year in some areas. 

Prices for most products continued to escalate, reflecting worldwide inflationary 
trends. In the fuel supply program, coal was hardest hit by price increases with the 
delivered cost rising 55 per cent over 1973. 

To meet fuel requirements projected for the fossil stations, a major program has 
been undertaken to develop coal supplies from Western Canada as an alternative to 
U.S. sources. Canadian coal is expected to cost 50 per cent more than current U.S. 
supplies, and tests indicate blending of Canadian and U.S. coal will be necessary. 
Some delays are expected in opening up this new potential source of supply. But it is 
hoped that the first major shipments of Western Canadian coal will commence in 
late 1977 with volume reaching about four million tons annually by 1980. Negotia- 
tions for transportation and handling through a Thunder Bay terminal are under 
way. 

Hydro signed a 30-year contract in early 1974 for the entire output of a Pennsylva- 
nia coal mine, averaging 3,000,000 tons a year. Deliveries are scheduled to begin late 
in 1976. 

CONSERVING ENERGY 

Ontario Hydro continued to strengthen its marketing and research programs to help 
customers to use electricity wisely, efficiently, and safely. A kit providing a package 
of energy conservation information for use by associated municipal utilities in news- 



The Environment 19 

paper advertising, direct mail, displays, and news releases stressed the need for good 
judgement in residential use of both electricity and other forms of energy. 

Ontario Hydro joined the Canadian Electrical Association and several fossil-fuel as- 
sociations in an energy-industry brief seeking improved thermal insulation stand- 
ards under the National Building Code. 

Although the federal government committee responsible for the National Building 
Code considered their recommendations to be outside its terms of reference, it 
strongly recommended that a special government committee be established to de- 
velop design criteria for energy conservation in buildings. The committee also re- 
commended that insulation standards in the Canadian Code for Residential Con- 
struction - administered by the Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation - be 
raised to those suggested in the joint industry brief. 

Many municipal councils in Ontario have passed bylaws establishing the improved 
insulation standards. As well, an educational program on thermal insulation and its 
role in energy conservation has been presented to the building trades and municipal 
building inspectors. 

Ontario Hydro also co-operated with segments of the electrical industry in develop- 
ing performance standards for appliances. Performance standards for certification 
of baseboard heaters became effective in July, 1974. A performance standard for 
thermostats in residential electric heating systems has also been developed. 

Co-operative studies continued with two major manufacturers into the performance 
and reliability of air-to-air residential heat pumps which offer excellent prospects for 
energy saving in year-round comfort conditioning applications. 

Ontario Hydro also stressed energy-efficient designs for commercial and industrial 
applications. Computer programs were developed to help designers assess the effects 
of such factors as thermal insulation, ventilation methods, heat reclamation, and 
thermal storage. Substantial reductions in energy consumption through the use of 
conservation techniques were demonstrated. 

During 1974, a series of energy-management seminars was held across the province 
for industrial customers in co-operation with the Ministry of Industry and Tourism. 
Participants discussed more effective management of electricity in industrial proc- 
esses, including insulation, load scheduling, lighting, and heat reclamation. In co- 
operation with associated trades, Hydro also stressed the efficient use of electric en- 
ergy on the farm, particularly in the design of ventilating systems for livestock build- 
ings. 

THE ENVIRONMENT 

Ontario Hydro has a wide-ranging program relating to the environment: 

-The location and type of new generating stations and transmission lines will be de- 
cided only after social, ecological, and economic impacts are carefully assessed and 
weighed as part of the public participation process. 

-More attractive transformer stations with low-profile equipment and improved- 
appearance towers are being installed. Landscaping will also enhance the appear- 
ance of new stations. 



20 Labour Relations 

-Selective cutting of trees, planting of tree screens, and reforestation programs are 
being carried out to make transmission corridors more attractive. 

-Multiple uses of transmission line rights-of-way as parks, riding and hiking trails, 
and recreation areas, are being encouraged. 

-By 1974, nearly $2 million had been spent on underground transmission research. 

-Over the past 20 years, almost $100 million have been spent, and much more com- 
mitted, for air quality control measures at fossil-fuelled stations. In 1969, a major re- 
search program costing more than half-a-million dollars a year was begun to exam- 
ine chimney emissions, control of pollutants through dispersal, treatment of fuel, 
and removal of pollutants from stack gases. 

-By 1977 a two-year trial project is scheduled to get under way at Lakeview GS, just 
west of Metro Toronto, to assess the feasibility of using garbage as fuel to produce 
electric power. One of Lakeview's eight furnaces will be used to burn 500 tons of 
shredded refuse per day. 

-Thermal generating stations use large amounts of water for condensing steam. The 
water used is returned to the lake about 15 to 20 degrees warmer than the intake 
temperature. To assess the effect of this warm water on large bodies of water such as 
the Great Lakes, Hydro is conducting extensive studies in co-operation with the On- 
tario Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Natural Resources, and the Can- 
ada Centre for Inland Waters. 



STAFF RELATIONS 

Early in 1974, Ontario Hydro and Local 1000 of the Canadian Union of Public Em- 
ployees appointed a Joint Committee on Relationships to seek ways of reducing 
conflict and developing a better mutual relationship. The Committee has met 35 
times and produced changes in bargaining procedures. A timetable was developed 
for 1975 negotiations to permit concentration on major issues within agreed time 
limits. Security of employment and mutual protection were resolved by mid- term 
agreements. 

In August, the Electrical Power System Construction Association (EPSCA), consist- 
ing of Ontario Hydro and 245 of its construction contractors, and the seven interna- 
tional craft unions, that currently comprise the Ontario Allied Construction Trade 
Council, signed a 10-year collective agreement. The pact, which contains provision 
to reopen negotiations yearly starting in the second year, covers about one half of 
the construction force. At the year end, two additional unions were considering join- 
ing the Council. 

The Society of Ontario Hydro Professional Engineers and Associates (SOHPEA) 
and Ontario Hydro signed an agreement which provides binding arbitration of dis- 
putes about salary adjustments and mediation for all other matters. During 1974, 
both parties agreed to experiment for one year with final offer selection in salary ne- 
gotiations. This bargaining system is designed to encourage realistic and conclusive 
negotiations. Failure to reach agreement leads to placing both final positions before 
a mediator-arbitrator, who selects the position that he considers more reasonable. 



Staff 21 

Because of the continuing rise in the cost of living, changes were planned in the 
amounts paid to Ontario Hydro pensioners. At the end of the year, Provincial Gov- 
ernment approval was sought to increase by 4 per cent the pensions of employees 
who retired in 1973 and by 8 per cent the pensions of those who retired before 1973. 
All increases would be retroactive to January 1, 1974. 

Staff recruitment 

Extensive recruiting programs became necessary due to a shortage of skilled electri- 
cal, mechanical, and instrumentation tradesmen required to staff thermal and nu- 
clear generating stations. During the year, about 7,600 employees were engaged to 
replace former employees and to staff new activities. Nearly 1,200 students were en- 
gaged as summer employees or as part of a co-operative university-industry educa- 
tion program. 

The demand for junior professional staff quickly absorbed employees from the grad- 
uate training program, which had an average of 45 graduates per month throughout 
the year. 

The average number of employees on Ontario Hydro's staff was 23,612, consisting 
of 17,954 regular employees and 5,658 temporary and casual employees. This repre- 
sented an increase of 2.8 per cent over 1973. 

Staff development 

The Conference and Development Centre, near Orangeville, provided training to 
about 5,500 persons. These included about 2,200 trades and technical employees of 
Ontario Hydro and 300 employees of the municipal electrical utilities. The remain- 
ing participants attended professional and management courses, seminars, confer- 
ences, and other short-term activities. 

Increased emphasis was placed on diagnosing training needs, methods, and pro- 
grams to meet organizational requirements. Special attention was directed to the 
Management Identification and Development Program, whose 124 participants are 
potential candidates for senior managerial positions. 

Personnel Research staff continued investigations into a wide range of areas includ- 
ing the variable-hours experiment, safety programs, and surveys of attitudes and 
opinions of both management and performance-paid staff in regard to work satis- 
faction and job rating. Further projects included study of human factors in the de- 
sign of control rooms; methods for selecting thermal, nuclear, and maintenance per- 
sonnel; and an evaluation of the effectiveness of current supervisory programs. 

Health and Safety 

Ontario Hydro's safety programs emphasize the protection of employees against 
such industrial hazards as noise, dust, toxic gases, and chemicals. As well, programs 
are conducted throughout the province to stress safety off the job. 

During 1974 Hydro co-operated with the Ontario Ministry of Health in establishing 
The Contingency Plan for Pickering nuclear power station. Environmental monitor- 
ing and bioassay programs at nuclear stations are continuing efforts to protect the 
public and employees against radiation hazards. 



22 



Finance 



Improved communications systems and new types of protective clothing for em- 
ployees are being developed and tested at nuclear stations. 

Three electrical safety films have been produced in co-operation with two Ontario 
safety associations. Another in production deals with fire fighting near "live" electri- 
cal equipment. 

New head office 

Construction of the new head office building at the corner of College Street and 
University Avenue, Toronto proceeded on schedule. 

Occupancy of the building is expected to begin in August 1975. Plans for moving are 
virtually complete. When the move is completed, all downtown office staff, now dis- 
persed in eight locations, will be accommodated in the new head office. 

Variable working hours for head office employees were introduced last June to help 
relieve congestion in public transit and road traffic in downtown Toronto. 



FINANCIAL REVIEW 

Total sales of electrical power and energy increased 17 per cent over 1973 to $998 
million for the year. The revenues from sales of primary power and energy were 
$896 million, $103 million or 13 per cent over 1973. The increase of $103 million 
arose from increases in rates and in power and energy sales. Revenues from sales, by 
class of customer, were: 

Revenues in Revenues in 



Class of Customer 


$ millions 
1974 


$ millions 
1973 


Per Cent 
Increase 


Municipal utilities 

Retail customers 


551 

219 


506 
178 
109 

793 


9 

23 


Direct customers 


126 


16 


Total 


896 


B 



Sales of secondary energy in 1974 provided $102 million revenue, $41 million above 
that in 1973 due primarily to increased rates. 

Total costs, excluding interest, rose from $562 million in 1973 to $648 million in 
1974, an increase of 15 per cent. Costs of operation, maintenance, and administra- 
tion were higher by $46 million, reflecting increases in wages and salaries, prices for 
materials and services, and staff. Fuel costs increased by $31 million rising to $154 
million in 1974, largely due to higher prices paid for coal. The cost of purchased 
power increased from $42 million to $61 million as a result of higher rates together 
with a 14 per cent increase in the amount purchased. Depreciation charged to oper- 
ations in 1974 rose by $20 million to $129 million. There was no charge for fre- 
quency standardization in 1974 as these costs were fully amortized at the end of 
1973. 



Net Income 



23 



Revenue from sales of 
primary power and energy 




million $ 
1,000 



800 



600 



400 



200 



Interest expense increased in 1974 by $30 million to $223 million. Higher levels of 
borrowing through new bond issues and short-term notes, together with higher in- 
terest rates on new borrowings, contributed to this 16 per cent increase in interest 
costs. 

The net income before appropriations increased by $26 million to $126 million in 
1974. The amount appropriated for debt retirement increased by $8 million and for 
the stabilization of rates and contingencies by $18 million. 

The cost of fixed assets in service and under construction grew during 1974 by $866 
million to a total of $7,447 million. Major expenditures included $612 million for 
generation facilities and $132 million for transformation and transmission facilities. 
Expenditures were $231 million at Bruce GS, $138 million at Lennox GS, and $89 
million at Nanticoke GS. At December 31, 1974 the cost of fixed assets in service 
and the accumulated depreciation were: 



24 



Finance 



Classification 

Generation facilities 

Transformation and transmission facilities . 

Retail distribution facilities 

Heavy water production facilities 

Administration and service facilities 

Total 



In-Service 


Accumulated 


Cost 


Depreciation 


$ million 


$ million 


3,346 


533 


1,433 


290 


561 


175 


256 


19 


185 


76 


5,781 


1,093 



There were six bond issues during 1974 for a total of $700 million, including $23 mil- 
lion which was delivered in January 1975. Four issues in Canadian currency, with 
maturities of up to 25 years, totalled $400 million. Two issues in United States cur- 
rency, with 30-year maturities, totalled $300 million. The average coupon interest 
rate of 1974 issues was 9.5 per cent as compared to an average in 1973 of 8.0 per 
cent. Bonds retired amounted to $160 million. The level of short-term fmancing dur- 
ing the year increased, with the balance of $250 million at year end being $71 mil- 
lion greater than at the end of 1973. 

Other significant changes in the financial position were the decrease of cash and in- 
vestments by $81 million to $306 million; increases in inventories of fuel, materials, 
and supplies by $64 million to $216 million; and increases in accounts payable and 
accrued charges by $19 million to $225 million. Total equity increased to $1,472 mil- 
lion by the appropriation of $126 million from net income. 

Funds provided from operations during 1974 increased by $19 million to $271 mil- 
lion. Financing provided a net of $659 million in 1974, an increase of $179 million 
over the comparable amount for 1973. The major applications of funds were for ex- 
penditures of $878 million on fixed assets and increases of $64 million in invento- 
ries. 



Accounting Policies 25 

SUMMARY OF SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES 

Fixed assets 

Fixed assets include power supply facilities (generation, transformation, transmis- 
sion and distribution); administration facilities (land, buildings, office and service 
equipment); and heavy water production facilities. The cost of additions and re- 
placement of component units is capitalized. The cost of fixed assets retired, less the 
proceeds from sales, is charged to accumulated depreciation with no gain or loss be- 
ing reflected in operations. Cost includes direct material and labour, and overhead 
costs such as engineering, administration and procurement that are considered ap- 
plicable to the capital construction program. Interest is capitalized on construction 
costs based on the preceding three-year average of the cost of long-term funds bor- 
rowed. 

The cost of producing heavy water includes direct costs, applicable overheads, inter- 
est and depreciation. The total cost of heavy water produced and purchased is capi- 
talized as part of generation facilities. 



Depreciation 

Since January 1, 1971, all additions to fixed assets and the net book value of 
thermal-electric generating stations in service at the end of 1970 have been depreci- 
ated using the straight-line method. All other assets in service at the end of 1970 
continue to be depreciated on the sinking fund method. Depreciation rates for the 
various classes of assets are based on the estimated service lives, which are subject to 
periodic review. The service lives of major asset classes are: 

Generation— Hydro-electric 50 to 100 years 

Generation— Thermal-electric 30 years 

Transmission and distribution 25 to 50 years 

Heavy water production facilities 20 years 



Nuclear agreement - Pickering units 1 and 2 

Ontario Hydro, Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, and the Province of Ontario are 
parties to a joint undertaking for the construction and operation of units 1 and 2 of 
Pickering Nuclear Generating Station, with ownership of these units being vested in 
Ontario Hydro. Contributions to the capital cost by Atomic Energy of Canada Lim- 
ited and the Province of Ontario amounted to $258 million and these have been de- 
ducted in arriving at the value of fixed assets in service in respect of Pickering units 
1 and 2. Commencing with the in-service date of each of these units in 1971, Ontario 
Hydro is required to make payments for 30 years to each of the parties in proportion 
to their capital contributions. These payments, termed "payback", represent in a 
broad sense the net operational advantage of having the power generated by Picker- 
ing units 1 and 2 as compared with coal-fired units similar to Lambton units 1 and 
2. 



26 Finance 

Appropriations from net income 

Under the provisions of The Power Corporation Act, the price payable by custom- 
ers for power is the cost of supplying the power. Such cost is defined in the Act to in- 
clude the cost of operating and maintaining the system, depreciation, interest, and 
the amounts appropriated for debt retirement and stabilization of rates and contin- 
gencies. 

The debt retirement appropriation is the amount required under the Act to accumu- 
late in 40 years a sum equal to the debt incurred for the cost of the fixed assets in 
service. The appropriation for stabilization of rates and contingencies is the amount 
retained to stabilize the effect of abnormal cost fluctuations. 

Foreign currency translation 

The liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies is translated to Canadian cur- 
rency at the rates of exchange at time of issue. When bonds are retired, exchange 
losses or gains are charged or credited to interest expense in the statement of opera- 
tions. 

Translated at the rates of exchange at December 31, 1974, the total Canadian dollar 
liability for bonds payable in foreign currencies would be increased by $17 million. 

Pension and Insurance Plan 

The Pension and Insurance Plan is a contributory, benefit-based plan covering all 
regular employees of Ontario Hydro. The most recent actuarial valuation of the 
plan, at December 31, 1973, indicated an unfunded obligation of Ontario Hydro of 
approximately $55 million. Of this amount, $36 million will be amortized over the 
years 1974 to 1978 and the balance of $19 million will be amortized over the years 
1974 to 1989. 

The pension costs for each year include current service costs and the pro rata share 
of the amount required to amortize the unfunded obligation. 



Statement of Operations 



27 



STATEMENT OF OPERATIONS 

for the year ended December 31, 1974 



1974 



1973 



$'000 



$'000 



Revenues 

Primary power and energy . . 
Secondary power and energy 



Costs 

Operation, maintenance, and administration 

Fuel used for electric generation 

Power purchased 

Nuclear agreement— payback 

Depreciation (note 1) 

Amortization of frequency standardization . 

Income before interest 

Interest (note 2) 

Net income 

Amounts appropriated for. 

Debt retirement 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies .... 



896,270 
101,506 


793,654 
61,801 


997,776 


855,455 


288,360 

154,037 

60,699 

15,708 

129,353 


242,232 

123,534 

41,746 

17,560 

108,873 

28,265 


648,157 


562,210 


349,619 
223,410 


293,245 
192,779 


126,209 


100,466 


73,184 
53,025 


65,688 
34,778 


126,209 


100,466 



See accompanying summary of significant accounting 
policies and notes to financial statements 



AUDITORS' REPORT 



We have examined the statement of financial position of Ontario Hydro as at December 31, 1974 and the statements of operations, 
reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies, equities accumulated through debt retirement appropriations, and changes in financial 
position for the year then ended. Our examination included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting 
records and other supporting evidence as we considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion these financial statements present fairly the financial position of Ontario Hydro as at December 31, 1974 and the results 
of its operations and the changes in its financial position for the year then ended, in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles 
applied on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 



Toronto, Canada 
March 10, 1975 



CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 
Chartered Accountants 



28 Finance 

STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION 

ASSETS 

1974 1973 



CuRRENTASSETS 

Cash and short-term investments (note 3) 

Accounts receivable 

Fuel for electric generation, at cost 

Materials and supplies, at cost 



Other assets 

Investments (note 4) 

Debt discount and expense, less amounts written off 

Investment in coal supply (note 5) 

Long-term accounts receivable and other assets 



$'000 $'000 
Fixed assets 

Fixed assets in service, at cost 5,780,942 5,499,616 

Less accumulated depreciation 1,093,272 958,796 

4,687,670 4,540,820 

Fixed assets under construction, at cost 1,665,829 1,081,281 



6,353,499 5,622,101 



77,046 


156,234 


129,962 


117,994 


158,813 


119,778 


57,285 


32,770 



423,106 426,776 



228,710 

47,680 

6,711 

20,583 


230,911 
44,668 

18,710 


303,684 


294,289 


7,080,289 


6,343,166 



See accompanying summary of significant accounting 
policies and notes to financial statements. 



Statement of Financial Position 



29 



AS AT DECEMBER 31, 1974 



LIABILITIES 



1974 



1973 



Long-term debt 

Bonds payable (note 9) 

Plant purchase agreement (note 6) 

Less payable within one year 

Current liabilities 

Accounts payable and accrued charges 

Notes payable 

Accrued interest 

Long-term debt payable within one year 

Equity 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement appropriations 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 

Contributions from the Province of Ontario as assistance for rural 
construction 



$'000 

4,782,514 
245,900 


$'000 

4,271,924 
250,135 


5,028,414 
118,560 


4,522,059 
112,886 


4,909,854 


4,409,173 



225,084 


205,842 


249,985 


178,800 


104,876 


90,619 


118,560 


112,886 



698,505 



1,015,725 
329,510 

126,695 

1,471,930 

7,080,289 



588,147 



942,586 
276,565 

126,695 

1,345,846 

6,343,166 



On behalf of the Board 



R. B. Taylor 
Chairman 



D. J. Gordon 
President 



30 



Finance 



RESERVE FOR STABILIZATION 
OF RATES AND CONTINGENCIES 

for the year ended December 31, 1974 





Held for 
the benefit 
of all 
customers 


Held for the benefit of 
(or recoverable from) 
certain groups of customers 


Totals 






Munici- 
palities 


Direct 
Customers 


Retail 
Customers 


1974 


1973 


Balances at beginning of year 

Appropriated from net income .... 

Refund of prior years' debt retire- 
ment appropriations (note 7). . . . 

Grant to Ontario Municipal 

Electric Association 


$ '000 

306,273 

53,053 


$ '000 

1,144 

80 

(80) 


$ '000 

(10,911) 

(12) 


$ '000 

(19,941) 

(96) 


$ '000 

276,565 

53,025 

(80) 


$ '000 

249,186 

34,778 

(7,329) 

(70) 






Balances at end of year 


359,326 


1,144 


(10,923) 


(20,037) 


329,510 


276,565 



EQUITIES ACCUMULATED THROUGH 
DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 

for the year ended December 31, 1974 





Municipalities 


Power District 
(Retail and 

Direct 
Customers) 


Totals 




1974 


1973 


Balances at beginning of year 

Add: 

Debt retirement appropriated from 
net income 


$ '000 
658,204 

47,713 
81 


$ '000 
284,382 

25,471 
(126) 


$ '000 
942,586 

73,184 
(45) 


$ '000 
876,900 

65,688 


Annexation transfers and refunds .... 


(2) 


Balances at end of year 


705,998 


309,727 


1,015,725 


942,586 



See accompanying summary of significant accounting 
policies and notes to financial statements. 



Changes in Financial Position 3 1 

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN FINANCIAL POSITION 

for the year ended December 31, 1974 

1974 1973 



$'000 $'000 

Source of Funds 

Operations 

Net income 126,209 100,466 

Add charges not requiring funds in the current year 

Depreciation (note 1) 142,456 121,305 

Amortization of frequency standardization, less interest on the account — 27,665 

Other items-net 2,361 2,863 



Financing 

Bonds issued 

Debt incurred on purchase of heavy water plant 
Less retirements 



Increase in notes 

Decrease in cash and investments 



Increases in accounts and interest payable 



Application of Funds 

Net additions to fixed assets (1973 includes heavy water plant for $253 

million) 

Increases in fuel, materials and supplies 

Increase in accounts receivable and other assets 

Refund of prior years' debt retirement appropriations (note 7) 

Other items— net 



See accompanying summary of significant accounting policies and notes to financial statements. 



271,026 


252,299 


670,156 


528,705 


- 


253,000 


(163,801) 


(125,493) 


506,355 


656,212 


71,185 


26,383 


81,389 


50,339 


658,929 


732,934 


33,499 


37,139 


963,454 


1,022,372 


873,854 


988,490 


63,550 


15,891 


20,552 


8,494 


- 


7,329 


5,498 


2,168 


963,454 


1,022,372 



32 Finance 

NOTES TO FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 

1 . Depreciation 

Depreciation consisted of: 1974 1973 



Power supply facilities— charged directly to operations 
Administration and service facilities— charged 
indirectly to operations 

Total charged to operations 

Heavy water production facilities— charged 
to cost of heavy water 



2. Interest 



Interest costs consisted of: 



Interest on bonds, notes and plant purchase agreement . 
Less: 

Interest capitalized 

Interest on heavy water production facilities— charged 

to cost of heavy water 

Interest earned on investments 

Net profit on redemption of bonds and 

sale of investments 

Interest on unamortized frequency 

standardization cost 



3. Cash and short-term investments 

Cash and short-term investments, with short-term investments recorded at cost (approximately 
market value), consisted of: 

1974 1973 



Cash 

Notes of, and interest bearing deposits with, banks 

and trust companies 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds . 
Corporate bonds and notes 



$'000 


$'000 


129,353 


108,873 


13,103 


12,432 


142,456 


121,305 


12,714 


6,325 


155,170 


127,630 


1974 


1973 


$'000 


$'000 


362,145 


298,441 


84,806 


64,420 


18,177 
32,111 


10,020 
28,403 


3,641 


2,219 


- 


600 


138,735 


105,662 


223,410 


192,779 



$'000 


$'000 


7,938 


2,799 


35,011 

27,140 

6,957 


123,475 
19,853 
10,107 


77,046 


156,234 



4. Investments 



These investments, with maturities beyond one year, are recorded at amortized cost and 
consisted of: 

1974 1973 



$'000 $'000 

Government and government-guaranteed bonds 194,442 207,915 

Corporate bonds and notes 34,268 22,996 



228,710 230,911 



Market value of these investments at December 3 1 , 1 974 was $208 million ( 1 973-$209 million). 



Notes to Financial Statements 33 



Investment in coal supply 

Ontario Hydro and United States Steel Corporation have entered into an agreement for the develop- 
ment of a coal mine owned by United States Steel Corporation for the supply of 90 million tons 
of coal to Ontario Hydro over a thirty-year period commencing in 1976. Ontario Hydro will advance 
up to $38 million for mine development and equipment, and will guarantee lease payments for mine 
equipment and rolling stock leased by United States Steel Corporation and make subsequent 
advances for a portion of the cost of equipment replacements. These advances and associated costs 
are to be amortized as part of the cost of the coal purchased under this agreement. 

Plant purchase agreement 

The Bruce Heavy Water Plant was purchased from Atomic Energy of Canada Limited in 1973. Under 
the agreement, Ontario Hydro pays Atomic Energy of Canada Limited equal monthly instalments 
of blended principal and interest from July 28, 1973 to December 28, 1992, with an interest rate of 
7.795%. Principal repayments over the next five years will total $39 million. 

Reserve for stabilization of rates and contingencies 

During the period from 1935 to 1949, appropriations for debt retirement charged to the direct indus- 
trial customers of the former Northern Ontario Properties were made at rates higher than those for 
customers in the former Southern Ontario System. On amalgamation of the two systems in 1962, 
the excess appropriation was determined and segregated in the Reserve as held for the benefit of 
these customers of the former Northern Ontario Properties. In 1973 a refund of $7,329,000 was made 
to those direct customers still in existence. 

Reclassification of 1973 comparative figures 

In the Statement of Financial Position the amounts shown in 1973 as deferred liabilities have been 
included with accounts payable and accrued charges. Long-term accounts receivable and other assets 
have been grouped as one item. 

Bonds payable 
Summary— Canadian $ 

1974 1973 



Canadian issues .... 
United States issues 
West German issues 
Eurodollar issue . . . 
Swiss issue 



$'000 


$'000 


3,028,634 


2,778,399 


1,555,564 


1,295,209 


137,109 


137,109 


35,295 


35,295 


25,912 


25,912 



4,782,514 4,271,924 



Maturities at December 3 1, 1974 Can $'000 

1975 111,960 

1976 170,910 

1977 135,982 

1978 218,765 

1979 148,270 

1975-1979 785,887 

1980-1984 728,809 

1985-1989 358,340 

1990-1994 381,295 

1995-1999 1,668,312 

2000-2004 859,871 

4,782,514 



34 



Finance 



9. Bonds payable (cont'd) 

Details of issues outstanding 
Payable in Canadian currency* 1 ) 







Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 


Callable 


Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1974 








% 


Can $'000 


Feb. 1975 


- 


1970 


9.00 


40,619 


Aug. 1975 


1972 


1957 


4.75 


30,464 


Jan. 1976 


1974 


1956 


4.00 


43,347 


Sept. 1976 


(2) 


1970 


8.50 


74,975 


Oct. 1976 


- 


1969 


8.25 


13,949 


Nov. 1976 


1974 


1957 


5.00 


34,599 


Jan. 1977 


1975 


1967 


6.25 


14,810 


Mar. 1977 


1975 


1955 


3.50 


38,114 


Apr. 1977 


1974 


1957 


5.00 


72,444 


Feb. 1978 


- 


1972 


6.25 


30,000 


Mar. 1978 


1976 


1958 


4.50 


32,627 


Aug. 1978 


- 


1973 


8.25 


30,000 


Oct. 1978 


1976 


1958 


5.00 


45,508 


Nov. 1978 


- 


1973 


8.25 


25,000 


Mar. 1979 


- 


1974 


8.00 


25,000 


May 1979 


1974 


1954 


3.50 


34,492 


July 1979 


- 


1959 


5.75 


28,812 


Oct. 1979 


1974 


1954 


3.50 


49,352 


Feb. 1980 


1978 


1960 


6.00 


26,355 


July 1980 


1978 


1960 


5.50 


35,425 


Feb. 1981 


1979 


1961 


5.50 


39,250 


June 1981 


- 


1974 


9.625 


25,000 


Aug. 1981 


- 


1974 


9.75 


25,000 


Nov. 1981 


- 


1974 


9.375 


40,000 


June 1982 


1979 


1962 


5.00 


32,069 


Mar. 1983 


1980 


1963 


5.25 


38,894 


June 1983 


1979 


1963 


5.00 


51,215 


Aug. 1983 


- 


1973 


8.375 


45,000 


Nov. 1983 


1980 


1961 


5.25 


39,812 


Feb. 1984 


1981 


1964 


5.25 


49,689 


Oct. 1984 


1980 


1964 


5.25 


53,157 


Feb. 1985 


1981 


1965 


5.25 


67,546 


July 1987 


1985 


1967 


6.25 


23,723 


Jan. 1988 


1984 


1966 


5.75 


47,856 


Apr. 1988 


1984 


1966 


6.00 


46,777 


July 1988 


1984 


1966 


6.00 


43,977 


Jan. 1989 


1985 


1967 


6.25 


37,874 


Sept. 1989 


1985 


1967 


6.50 


27,426 


Mar. 1990 


1986 


1967 


6.00 


44,727 


Apr. 1992 


1988 


1968 


7.00 


39,920 


Aug. 1992 


1988 


1968 


7.00 


43,265 


Sept. 1992 


1988 


1968 


7.00 


56,217 


Mar. 1994 


1989 


1969 


7.75 


27,262 


Apr. 1994 


1990 


1970 


9.00 


46,527 


May 1994 


1989 


1969 


7.75 


30,754 


Oct. 1994 


1989 


1969 


8.25 


23,415 


Dec. 1994 


1989 


1969 


8.50 


20,888 


Feb. 1995 


1990 


1970 


9.00 


9,281 


June 1995 


1990 


1970 


9.00 


57,770 


Nov. 1995 


1990 


1970 


8.75 


69,555 


Feb. 1996 


1991 


1971 


7.50 


86,786 


Apr. 1996 


1991 


1971 


7.625 


52,490 


July 1996 


1991 


1971 


8.25 


66,119 


Sept. 1996 


1991 


1971 


7.875 


83,898 


Feb. 1997 


1992 


1972 


7.375 


67,775 


Apr. 1997 


1992 


1972 


7.625 


92,271 


Sept. 1997 


1992 


1972 


8.25 


93,134 


Feb. 1998 


1993 


1973 


7.75 


98,423 


May 1998 


1993 


1973 


8.00 


123,000 


Nov. 1998 


1993 


1973 


8.50 


50,000 


Mar. 1999 


1994 


1974 


8.50 


75,000 


June 1999 


1994 


1974 


9.75 


75,000 


Aug. 1999 


1994 


1974 


10.25 


75,000 


Nov. 1999 


1994 


1974 


10.00 


60,000 



Total payable in Canadian currency 



3,028,634 



Notes to Financial Statements 



35 



9 . Bonds payable (con t 'd) 

Payable in United States currency* 1 ) Held by Province of Ontario 









Year of 


Interest 


Principal Outstanding 


Maturity 


Callable 




Issue 


Rate 


December 31, 1974 










% 


US $'000 Can $'000 


Feb. 1975 


1958 




1953 


3.25 


37,626 36,837 


Nov. 1978 


1958 


(3) 


1953 


3.625 


46,097 45,016 


Mar. 1980 


1959 


(3) 


1954 


3.125 


28,886 28,189 


May 1981 


1961 


(3) 


1956 


3.875 


40,501 39,769 


Feb. 1984 


1969 


(3) 


1959 


4.75 


66,783 64,751 


Sept. 1990 


1975 


(3) 


1965 


4.75 


44,896 48,319 


April 1996 


1981 


(3) 


1966 


5.50 


32,127 34,637 


April 1997 


1982 


(3) 


1967 


5.625 


59,249 64,119 


Dec. 1997 


1982 


(3) 


1967 


6.875 


70,530 76,261 


Aug. 1998 


1983 


(3) 


1968 


7.125 


70,680 75,848 


Feb. 1999 


1984 


(3) 


1969 


7.375 


73,830 79,321 


Sept. 1999 


1984 


(3) 


1969 


8.325 


95,215 102,624 


Feb. 2000 


1985 


(3) 


1970 


9.25 


98,720 105,877 


Aug. 2000 


1985 


(3) 


1970 


9.25 


73,435 74,906 


May 2001 


1986 


(3) 


1971 


7.85 


89,650 90,525 


May 2002 


1987 


(3) 


1972 


7.70 


99,145 98,154 


Dec. 2002 


1987 


(3) 


1972 


7.30 


95,550 95,216 


Oct. 2003 


1988 


(3) 


1973 


7.90 


125,000 125,038 


Mar. 2004 


1989 


(3) 


1974 


8.60 


125,000 121,325 


Oct. 2004 


1989 


(3) 


1974 


10.25 


175,000 171,821 



Deduct portion of issue dated October 1, 2004 delivered in January 1975 
Total payable in United States currency 



Total payable in West German currency 



1,547,920 
23,100 



1,524,820 



1,578,553 
22,989 



1,555,564 



Payable in West German currency(i) 










Maturity 


Callable 


Year of 
Issue 


Interest 
Rate 


Principal Outstanding 
December 31, 1974 


Aug. 1975-1984 
Dec. 1977-1986 
June 1980-1987 
Mar. 1981-1988 


1975 
1977 
1980 
1981 


(3,4) 
(3,4) 
(4,5) 
(4,5) 


1969 

1971 
1972 
1973 


% 

7.00 
7.50 
6.50 
6.50 


DM'OOO Can $'000 
150,000 40,401 
100,000 30,445 
100,000 30,783 
100,000 35,480 



450,000 



137,109 



Eurodollar— payable in United States currency (l) 



Jan. 



(3,4) 



1971 



US $'000 
35,000 



Can $'000 
35,295 



Payable in Swiss currency (i) 












Oct. 1983-1987 


1983 


(3,6) 


1972 


5.50 


SwFr'000 
100,000 


Can $'000 
25,912 









(1) Bonds payable in United States currency, held by the Province of Ontario, have terms identical with issues sold in the United States 
by the Province on behalf of Ontario Hydro. All other bonds payable are guaranteed as to principal and interest by the Province of 
Ontario. 

(2) Exchangeable at bondholder's option for an equal amount of bonds due September 1996 at 8.25% interest. 

(3) Callable at various declining premiums. 

(4) Payable in equal annual installments. 

(5) Callable for 3 years at 101% and thereafter at par. 

(6) Redeemable 1983-1986, by purchase in the market, of up to 10,000,000 Sw Fr. annually, at prices not exceeding par. 



36 Pension and Insurance Fund 

PENSION AND INSURANCE FUND 

STATEMENT OF ASSETS 

As At December 31, 1974 



1974 1973 



$ '000 $ '000 
Investments 

Government and govemmentrguaranteed bonds 145,660 146,832 

Corporate bonds 74,279 56,849 

Corporate shares 158,529 119,232 

Total bonds and shares 378,468 322,913 

First mortgages 133,685 100,756 

Term deposits and notes with banks 3,000 25,357 

Total investments 515,153 449,026 

Cash 187 74 

Accrued interest 4,784 4,948 

Receivable from Ontario Hydro 796 32 

520,920 454,080 



Notes 

1. The most recent actuarial valuation of the plan, at December 31, 1973, indicated an unfunded obliga- 
tion of Ontario Hydro of approximately $55 million. Of this amount, $36 million will be amortized 
over the years 1974 to 1978 and the balance of $19 million will be amortized over the years 1974 to 
1989. 

2. In the above statement of assets, bonds, deposits and notes are included at amortized cost, shares at 
cost, and first mortgages at balance of principal outstanding. The market value of total bonds and shares 
at December 31, 1974 was $304 million (1973— $313 million). 



AUDITORS' REPORT 
(Pension and Insurance Fund) 
We have examined the statement of assets ofThe Pension and Insurance Fund of Ontario Hydro as at December 31, 1974. Our examina- 
tion included a general review of the accounting procedures and such tests of accounting records and other supporting evidence as we 
considered necessary in the circumstances. 

In our opinion the accompanying statement presents fairly the assets of the fund as at December 31, 1974. 
Toronto, Canada, CLARKSON, GORDON & CO. 

March 10, 1975. Chartered Accountants 



APPENDIX I - OPERATIONS 



The table of Power Resources and Requirements on pages 40 and 4 1 gives the pri- 
mary peak requirements for the month of December and the dependable peak ca- 
pacity of resources at that time. A separate table on pages 38 and 39 gives the De- 
cember dependable peak capacity and the maximum output of major Ontario 
Hydro generating stations and of the major sources of purchased power. Any com- 
parison of total requirements and resources should make allowance for that part of 
total requirements that may be interrupted over the peak period under contract 
terms accepted by the customer. In 1974 this was approximately 185,000 kilowatts. 
The margin of reserve shown should be viewed with this in mind, as well as the con- 
servative basis on which capacities are calculated. 

The dependable capacity of the hydro-electric generating station is the estimated 
output which an analysis of historical stream flow conditions indicates the station is 
capable of producing 98 per cent of the time. It can be expected to exceed this out- 
put in 49 out of 50 years. Since the stations so rated are distributed on many widely 
separated watersheds, and since all would not be simultaneously affected by low 
stream flows, the amount by which the total hydro-electric generating capacity of 
the system exceeds the sum of the various station capacities represents the diversity 
in stream flow within the system. The dependable peak capacity of the thermal- 
electric station is the net output of its fully commissioned units. 

The Analysis of Energy Sales on pages 42 -and 43 shows how the kilowatt-hours, 
made available by Ontario Hydro and the associated municipal utilities, were dis- 
tributed to the various classes of ultimate customers or to interconnected systems. 
The table on the disposal of energy by Ontario Hydro reconciles these figures with 
the system primary energy requirement and the total energy generated and pur- 
chased by Ontario Hydro. 



37 



38 



Appendix I— Operations 



ONTARIO HYDRO'S POWER RESOURCES - 1974 



River 

Niagara 



Welland Canal 



St. Lawrence 
Ottawa 



Madawaska 



Mississagi 

Mattagami 

Montreal 
Various 



Nipigon 

English 

Kaministikwia 
Winnipeg 
Aguasabon 
Various 



Hydro-Electric Generating Stations 

tfSir Adam Beck-Niagara No. 1 

Sir Adam Beck— Niagara No. 2 

Pumping-Generating Station 

* * Ontario Power 

"♦Toronto Power 

DeCew Falls No. 1 

DeCew Falls No. 2 

Adjustment to Niagara River Stations, an allowance 
for use of water diverted to Ontario Hydro from the 
plant of another producer 

Robert H. Saunders— St. Lawrence 

Des Joachims 

Otto Holden 

Chenaux 

Chats Falls (Ontario half) 

Mountain Chute 

Barrett Chute 

Stewartville 

ft Abitibi Canyon 

Otter Rapids 

Aubrey Falls 

George W. Rayner 

Wells 

Red Rock Falls 

Kiphng 

Little Long 

Harmon 

Lower Notch 

Other Hydro-Electric Generating Stations 

©Adjustment for diversity 

Sub-total East System Component 

Pine Portage 

Cameron Falls 

Alexander 

Caribou Falls 

Manitou Falls 

Silver Falls 

Whitedog Falls 

Aguasabon 

Other Hydro- Electric Generating Stations 

ri Adjustment for diversity 

Sub-total West System Component 

Total hydro-electric generation 



Dependable 
Capacity* 



kW 



420,000 


399.000 


2,829,707,080 


1.292.000 


1.327,500 


9,174,195,700 


108,000 


90,000 


121,037,700 




109.000 


714,410,400 
9,466,710 


31,000 


20.900 


103.352.840 


124,000 


136,500 


1.027,583,700 



75,000 

833,000 

367,000 
193,000 
108,000 
73,000 

164,000 
172,000 
168,000 

226,000 
177,000 

158,000 
46,000 

229,000 
40,000 

142,000 
125,000 
125,000 

252,000 

137.200 

79,800 



5,715,000 



114,800 
75,100 
62,400 

73,600 
59,800 

45,700 

51,300 

46,100 

29,400 

20,900 



579,100 



6,294,100 



Maximum 
Output* 



332,000 

206,000 

120,000 

74.000 

147,000 
158,000 
160,000 

206,000 
176,100 

137,000 
44,000 

209,750 
40,080 

140.000 
130,000 
138.000 

220.000 

141,520 



130,000 
79,000 
66.000 

77,000 
67,000 

48,000 

56,000 

45,000 

42.400 



Annual Energy 
Output (Net)f 



7,339,222,000 

2,458,544,800 

1,259,420,500 

769,921,000 

551,768,000 

387,097,700 
393,064,100 
402,926,000 

1,353,693,100 
674,718,600 

173,091,600 
34,029,730 
359,733,900 
189.359,600 

619,021,700 
600,817,800 
657,485,800 

459.443,500 

910.126.084 



33,331.164,244 



860,878,000 
543,069,000 
442,211.000 

629,938,000 
544,618,300 

291,370,000 

442,934.000 

331.817,000 

330,727.300 



4,417.562,600 



37,748.726.844 



Power Resources 



39 



ONTARIO HYDRO'S POWER RESOURCES - 1974 





Dependable 
Capacity* 


Maximum 
Output* 


Annual Energy 
Output (Net)f 


Location Thermal-Electric-Generating Stations 

Courtright Lambton 

Windsor J. Clarke Keith 


kW 

2,100,000 
264,000 

2.250,000 
1,180,000 

1,542,000 

22,000 

376,600 


kW 

1.987,000 

252.000 

1,450,000 

2,230,000 
1,020,000 

1,448,000 

22.600 

239,500 


kWh 

8,898,659,000 
298,344,400 


Nanticoke Nanticoke 


3,470,270,000 


Toronto Lakeview 

Richard L. Hearn 

Pickering Pickering (Nuclear) 

Rolphton Nuclear Power Demonstration 


6,887,301.000 
5.283,744,800 

13,377,433,000 

158.934,000 




20,029,730 






Sub-total East System Component 


7,734,600 




38,394,715,930 


Thunder Bay Thunder Bay 


100,000 
29,000 


71,000 
12,000 


172,345,200 
1,790,000 






Sub-total West System Component 


129,000 




174,135,200 






Total Thermal-electric generation 

Sources of Purchased Power 

AECL-Douglas Point 


7,863,600 
206,000 

1,187,000 

7,100 
700 


200,000 
398,000 
743,000 
39,000 
215,000 
1,483,400 

5.500 
36.500 
28.600 


38,568,851,130 
328,480,637 


Detroit Edison Co. 

ft Niagara Mohawk Power Corp 

"Canadian Niagara Power Co 


46,702,000 

1,398,282,000 

105,834,000 


Power Authority of the State of New York 


380,807,000 


ffQuebec Hydro-Electric Commission 


10,355,547,000 


Dow Chemical 


55,351,833 


ft Abitibi Paper Co. Ltd 

Great Lakes Power 

Miscellaneous (relatively small suppliers) 


19,327,264 
81,166,054 
16,807,200 






Sub-total East System Component 


1,400,800 




12,788,304,988 


Manitoba Hydro- Electric Board 


200,000 




1,645,589,000 


Ontario-Minnesota P & P Company Limited 


22,265,000 


Sub-total West System Component 


200,000 




1,667,854,000 


Total Generated 


14,157,700 
1,600,800 




76^17,577,974 
14,456,158,988 


Total Purchased 






Total Generated and Purchased 


15,758,500 




90,773,736,962 



•The power capacity and output reported in this table are the 20-minute peaks for the month of December since the various maximum 
outputs do not coincide, their sum is not the peak load of the system. 

fNet output of generating stations or the total received from suppliers. 

••25-hertz. 

tf25-and 60-hertz. 

©Adjustment to reconcile the sum of the plant capacities with the calculated capacity of the East System and West System components, 
each considered as a whole. 



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POWER RESOURCES AND REQUIREMENTS 





Total System 




1973 


1974 


Net Increase 


Dependable Peak Capacity 
Generated Hydro-Electric 


kW 

6,294,100 
9,907,000 


kW 

6,294,100 
7,863.600 


kW % 


-2,043,400f -20.6 








16,201,100 
1,299,900 


14,157,700 
1,600,800 


-2,043,400 -12.6 


Purchased 


300,900 23.1 




17,501,000 

3,895,463 

13,605,537 

28.6 


15,758,500 

2,220,268 

13,538.232 

16.4 


-1,742,500 -10.0 


Reserve or Deficiency 

'Primary Power Requirements 

Ratio of Reserve or Deficiency to Requirements % 


-1,675.195 -43.0 
-67,305 -.5 



ENERGY MADE AVAILABLE BY ONTARIO HYDRO 





1973 


1974 


Increase 

or 
Decrease 


East System Component 

Generated (Net) 

Hydro-Electric 

Thermal-Electric— 


kWh 

33,599,444,455 
35,995,170,010 


kWh 

33,331,164,244 
38,394,715,930 


% 

- .8 
6.7 


Total Generated 


69,594,614,465 

11,875,968,971 

(676,870,000) 

73,048,281,312 
7,745,432,124 


71,725,880,174 

12,788,304,988 

952,700,000 

77,389,285,490 
8,077,599,672 


3.1 


Purchased 

Transferred In or (Out) 

Primary 

Secondary 


7.7 

5.9 
4.3 


Total 


80,793,713,436 


85,466,885,162 


5.8 


West System Component 

Generated (Net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal-electric— 


3,273,163,500 
328,533,200 


4,417,562,600 
174,135,200 


35.0 
-47.0 


Total Generated . . 


3,601,696,700 
836,611,200 
676,870.000 

5,115,152,900 
25,000 


4,591,697,800 
1,667,854,000 
(952,700,000) 

5,306,808,800 
43,000 


27.5 


Purchased 

Transferred in or (Out) 

Primary 


99.4 
3.7 


Secondary 


72.0 






Total . . 


5,115,177,900 


5,306,851,800 


3.7 






Total System 

Generated (Net) 

Hydro-electric 

Thermal-electric— 


36.872,607,955 
36,323,703,210 


37,748,726,844 
38,568,851,130 


2.4 
6.2 


Total Generated 


73,196,311,165 
12,712,580,171 

78,163,434,212 
7,745,457,124 


76,317,577,974 
14,456.158,988 

82,969.094,290 
8,077,642,672 


4.3 


Purchased 


13.7 


Primary. 


5.8 


Secondary 


4.3 






Total 


85,908,891336 85,908,891336 


90,773,736,962 90,773,736,962 


5.7 







NOTE: Thermal-electric generation includes production by conventional, nuclear and combustion-turbine units for both system components 
and by diesel-electric units for the West System component. 



Power Resources and Requirements 



41 



DECEMBER 1973 and 1974 



East System 


Component 


West System 


Component 


1973 


1974 


1973 


1974 


kW 


kW 


kW 


kW 


5,715,000 


5,715,000 


579,100 


579,100 


9,778.000 


7,734.600 


129,000 


129,000 


15,493,000 


13.449,600 


708.100 


708,100 


1,199,900 


1.400,800 


100,000 


200,000 


16,692,900 


14,850,400 


808,100 


908,100 


3,834,663 


1.946,618 


55,500 


185.430 


12,858,237 


12,903,782 


752.600 


722,670 


29.8 


15.1 


7.4 


25.7 



The capacities shown are those available for a 20-minute period at the time of the system primary peak demand in December, the capacity 
of the purchased power sources being based on the terms of the purchased contract. Requirements shown are the maximum peaks for 
December on the East System component and the West System component, and the coincident peak for the Total System. The coincident 
peak, however, is not the sum of the System component maximum requirements, which occur at different times. Some part of the East 
System requirements is subject to interruptions over the peak period in accordance with contract terms accepted by the customers, the 
total possible load subject to such interruptions at the time of the 1974 peak being 185,000 kW. 

Major equipment failures at Nanticoke and Pickering generating stations necessitated removing all Nanticoke units and one Pickering 
unit from service for an extended period which encompassed the December 1974 peak and sharply reduced generating capacity. 



DISPOSAL OF ENERGY BY ONTARIO HYDRO 
1974 



Sales to Municipalities 

Sales to Direct Customers 

—Utilities for Resale 

Sub Total 

Retail Sales 

In Towns and Villages 

In Rural Areas 

-Utilities for Resale 

Sub Total 

Total Ontario Hydro Sales 

Distribution Losses & Unaccounted for 

Transmission Losses & Unaccounted for 

Total Primary and Secondary Energy Supplied 



Primary 

kWh 

51,852,456,8481 
12,191,354,660 
2,637,978,864f 


Secondary 
kWh 

20,136,272 
8,057,506,400 


Total 

kWh 

51,852,456,848 
12,211,490,932 
10,695,485,264 


66,681,790,372 


8,077,642,672 


74,759,433,044 


366,869,600 




366,869,600 


10,326,163,000 




10,326,163,000 


43,064,500f 




43,064,500 








10,736,097,100 




10,736,097,100 








77,417,887,472 

869,009,200 

4,409,197,618 


8,077,642,672 


85,495,530,144 

869,009,200 

4,409,197,618 








82,696,094,290 


8,077,642,672 


90,773,736,962 



t The three quantities of primary power thus indicated, amounting to 54,533,500,212 kWh, were delivered to municipal and other utilities 
for resale. 



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ANALYSIS OF 

by Ontario Hydro and Associated 



Sales by Associated 

Municipal 

Electrical Utilities 

Listed in 

Statement A 



Ultimate Use: 

Residential Service 

Continuous Occupancy 
Intermittent Occupancy 



Total sales residential-type service 

General Servicef 

—Primary 

—Secondary 



Farm 



Street Lighting 



Unclassified as to Ultimate Use: 
To other utilities —primary . 
—secondary 

Total sales 



Adjustments: 

Distribution losses and unaccounted for— M.E.U. 



Generated by M.E.U. listed in Statement A 



Purchased by M.E.U. listed in Statement A from sources 
other than the Ontario Hydro 



Ontario Hydro sales to municipalities, to direct, and to 
retail customers 



Distribution losses and unaccounted for— Ontario Hydro 
Transmission losses and unaccounted for— Ontario Hydro 
Generated and purchased by the Ontario Hydro 



kWh % 



14,811,689,136 29.5 



14,811,689,136 29.5 
34,897,481,468 69.5 



528,418,006 1.0 



50,237,588,610 100.0 



1,869,484,903 
(208,214,770) 

(46,401,895) 



51,852,456,848 



* Includes those direct customers who were formerly classed as Retail Special with loads under 5000 kW 
t General Service class includes both Commercial and Industrial Services 



Analysis of Energy Sales 



43 



ENERGY SALES 

Municipal Electrical Utilities during 1974 



Sales by The Ontario Hydro 


Total 




To Retail Customers 


To Direct 

Customers 




In Certain Towns 

and Villages Served 

by Ontario Hydro 

Distribution Facilities 


In Rural 
Areas* 






kWh 
200,794,100 


% 
54.7 


kWh 

4,041,675,400 
368,091,500 


% 

39.0 

3.5 


kWh 


% 


kWh 

19,054,158,636 
368,091,500 


% 
22.7 






4 








200 794,100 


54.7 
44.2 

1.1 


4,409,766,900 
3,981,047,300 


42.5 

38.4 

18.3 
.4 

.4 




53.2 
.1 

11.5 

35.2 


19,422,250,136 

51,231,851,028 
20,136,272 

1,896,050,300 

571,824,406 

2,681,043,364 
8,057,506,400 


23.1 


161,967,600 


12,191,354,660 
20,136,272 


61.1 





1,896,050,300 
39,298,500 

43,064,500 


?3 


4,107,900 




7 




2,637,978,864 
8,057,506,400 


3.2 




96 








366,869,600 


100.0 


10,369,227,500 


100.0 


22,906,976,196 


100.0 


83,880,661,906 


100.0 














1,869,484,903 
(208,214,770) 

(46,401,895) 




























366,869,600 
33,572,300 




10,369,227,500 
804,286,900 




22,906,976,196 
31,150,000 




85,495,530,144 

869,009,200 

4,409,197,618 

90,773,736,962 





















44 



Appendix I— Operations 



TRANSMISSION LINES AND CIRCUITS 

Classified by Voltages and Types of Supporting Structures 





Line Route Miles 


Circuit Miles 




At Dec. 31 
1974 


At Dec. 31 
1973 


At Dec. 31 
1974 


At Dec. 31 
1973 


500,000-volt aluminum or steel tower 
345,000-volt steel tower 


645 

3 

4,359 

847 

2 

2,234 

2,862 

57 

166 

8 

7,714 


435 

3 

4,458 

845 

2 

2,234 

2,884 

52 

166 

8 

7,536 


645 

3 

6,472 

848 

4 

3,737 

2,874 

105 

166 

8 

8,420 


435 
3 


230,000-volt aluminum or steel tower 

230-000-volt wood pole 

230,000-volt underground 

1 15,000-volt steel tower 


6,508 

846 

4 

3,737 


1 15,000-volt wood pole 

1 15,000-volt underground 

69,000-volt wood pole 

60,000-volt steel tower or wood pole 
44,000-volt and less, wood and steel 


2,896 

96 

166 

8 
8,221 


Total 


18,897 


18,623 


23,282 


22,920 



APPENDIX II - FINANCE 



Table of Financial Statements 

Statement of Operations 27 

Statement of Financial Position 28 

Reserve for Stabilization of Rates 

and Contingencies 30 

Equities Accumulated Through 

Debt Retirement Appropriations 30 

Statement of Changes in 

Financial Position 31 

Notes to Financial Statements 32 

Fixed Assets in Service and Under 

Construction 46 

Accumulated Depreciation 48 

Summary of the Allocation of Charges 

for Primary Power 49 

Allocation of Charges for Primary 

Power to Municipalities 50 

Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 

Through Debt Retirement Appropriations 69 



45 



46 



Appendix II— Finance 



FIXED 

for the year ended 





In 




Balance 

December 31, 

1973 


Changes 




Placed 

In 
Service 


Power Supply Facilities 
Generating stations 

Thermal-electric— fossil 

-nuclear 


$'000 

1,137,803 
490,046 


$'000 

1 14,406 
11,459 


Total thermal-electric . 


1,627,849 
1,591,722 


125,865 


Hydro-electric 


2,032 


Total generating stations 

Transformer stations 


3,219,571 

640,979 

662,484 

38,889 

517,340 


127,897 
54,949 


Transmission lines 


34,420 


Communication equipment 


6,012 


Retail distribution facilities 


51,230 






Total power supply facilities 


5,079,263 


274,508 






Heavy Water Plant and Facilities 


253,400 


2,490 


Administration and Service Facilities 

Land and buildings 

Office and service equipment 




56,450 
1 10,503 


2,630 
25,884 


Total administration and service 

facilities 


166,953 


28,514 






Total Fixed Assets 


5,499,616 


305,512 



Fixed Assets 



47 



ASSETS 

December 31, 1974 



Service 


Under 

Construction 

December 31, 

1974 


Total 

December 31, 

1974 




during Year 




Retired 

or 

Reclassified 


Balance 

December 31, 

1974 


Expenditures 

During 

1974 


$'000 

(419) 
68 


$'000 

1,251,790 
501,573 


$'000 

550,364 
830,975 


$'000 

1,802,154 
1,332,548 


$'000 

240,128 
346,550 


(351) 
(1,267) 


1,753,363 
1,592,487 


1,381,339 
41,829 


3,134,702 
1,634,316 


586,678 
24,842 


(1,618) 
(3,152) 
(1,113) 
(244) 
(7,562) 


3,345,850 

692,776 

695,791 

44,657 

561,008 


1,423,168 

51,079 

92,459 

21,080 

6,984 


4,769,018 

743,855 

788,250 

65,737 

567,992 


611,520 
60,657 
58,738 
13,045 
51,995 


(13,689) 


5,340,082 


1,594,770 


6,934,852 


795,955 


255,890 


57,387 


313,277 


58,400 


(128) 
(10,369) 


58,952 
126,018 


13,672 


72,624 
126,018 


9,821 
25,884 


(10,497) 


184,970 


13,672 


198,642 


35,705 


(24,186) 


5,780,942 


1,665,829 


7,446,771 


890,060 



48 



Appendix II— Finance 



ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 





Balance 

December 3 1 , 

1973 


Provision During Year 
Direct Indirect 


Retired, 
reclassified 
and adjusted 


Balance 

December 31, 

1974 


Power Supply Facilities 

Generating stations 

Thermal-electric- fossil 

-nuclear 


$'000 

195,669 
21,161 


$'000 

42,356 
17,995 


$'000 
12 


$'000 

(389) 
30 


$'000 

237.636 
39,198 




216,830 
240,872 

457,702 
137,293 
113,054 
8,914 
163,447 


60,351 
16,437 

76,788 
20,676 
11,363 
2,127 
18,368 


12 

12 
51 


(359) 
(810) 

(1,169) 

(3,625) 

96 

(213) 

(6.852) 


276,834 


Hydro-electric 

Total generating stations 


256,499 

533.333 
154.395 


Transmission lines 

Communication equipment 


124.513 

10,828 

174,963 






Total power supply facilities 


880,410 


129,322 


63 


(11,763) 


998,032 






Heavy Water Plant and Facilities 


6,325 




12,714 




19,039 


Administration and Service 
Facilities: 

Land and buildings 

Office and service equipment 


9,227 
62,834 


31 


841 
12,199 


(15) 
(8,916) 


10,084 
66,117 


Total administration and 


72,061 


31 


13,040 


(8,931) 


76,201 




Total Accumulated Depreciation 


958,796 


129,353 


25,817 


(20,694) 


1,093,272 



Allocations of Charges for Primary Power 



49 



SUMMARY OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 
FOR PRIMARY POWER 

for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 





MUNICIPALITIES 


POWER DISTRICT 


TOTAL 






Retail 
Customers 


Direct 
Customers 




Charges for: 

Common functions 

Operation, maintenance and administration 

Charge for return on equity 

Debt retirement appropriation 

Stabilization of rates and contingencies 
appropriation (note 8) 


$ '000 

273,877 
20,518 
47,713 

33,078 


$ '000 

62,256 
4,469 
10,393 

7,477 


$ '000 

60,674 
4,456 
10,362 

7,117 


$ '000 

396,807 
29,443 
68,468 

47,672 


Total common demand functions 


375,186 
168,512 


84,595 
37,621 


82,609 
48,302 


542,390 
254,435 






Total common functions 

Other functions 


543,698 

24,460 

1,114 

1,692 

(20,431) 


122,216 

5,534 

4,022 

(94) 

(4,522) 


130,911 

2,068 
9 
(3,320) 
(4,490) 


796,825 
32,062 


Transformation and metering— stage II 


5,145 
(1,722) 


Return on equity 


(29.443) 


Total bulk power charges allocated 

Retail distribution charge 


550,533 


127,156 
90,420 


125,178 


802,867 
90,420 


Total charges for primary power 


550,533 
551,316 


217,576 
219,479 


125,178 
126,258 


893,287 
897,053 






Balance 


783 


1,903 


1,080 


783 


Transferred to the reserve for 

stabilization of rates and contingencies, 

(note 8) 


2,983 







See notes on page 68 



50 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power & 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases for 
Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 

3.25 Mills 

PER KWH 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte * 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg 

Ancaster Twp 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikoken Twp 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft * 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beach ville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Bee ton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville 



kW 
8,208.3 
653.0 
17,959.8 
5,507.9 
1,479.2 

5,014.3 
3,689.2 
449.4 
8,427.8 
3,475.6 

207.0 

424.5 

9,997.0 

2,565.4 

1,035.1 

4,249.6 

14,194.6 

218.0 

7,421.9 

1,928.1 

1,305.5 

2,698.2 

53,365.9 

1,291.0 

859.5 

608.5 
3,609.4 
3,446.3 
2,692.0 
1,169.0 

2,945.0 

46,064.9 

1,423.2 

3,724.3 

821.7 

1,396.2 
2,146.4 
4,759.9 
888.3 
15,008.7 



kWh '000 
46,714.3 

3,764.8 
107,621.1 
32,006.8 

8,149.4 

30,618.1 
18,785.5 
2,503.2 
51,695.9 
19,611.5 

1,112.6 
2,313.9 
62,731.1 
15,450.2 
5,876.4 

26,336.9 
83,385.3 
1,127.2 
41,825.8 
10,166.1 

6,315.4 
14,929.7 
325,407.3 
7,016.8 
4,686.4 

3,640.5 
25.800.3 
20,045.7 
15,048.5 

6,717.2 

16,909.6 
275,628.2 

7.505.5 
21,116.5 

4,368.0 

7,548.8 
12,709.4 
27,689.7 

4,995.2 
86,303.2 



$ 

373,889 

29,748 

818,073 

250,885 

67,381 

228,403 
168,044 
20,472 
383,890 
158,316 

9,429 

19.340 

455,365 

116,856 

47,152 

193,572 

646,566 

9,930 

338,068 

87,827 

59,466 
122,905 
2,430,817 
58,809 
39,151 

27,717 
164,408 
156,981 
122,623 

53,250 

134,145 
2,098,258 

64,830 
169,644 

37,429 

63,598 
97,769 

216,814 
40,464 

683.648 



S 

151,822 
12,236 
349,769 
104,022 
26,486 

99,509 
61,053 
8,135 
168,012 
63,738 

3,616 
7,520 
203,876 
50,213 
19,098 

85,595 

271,002 

3,663 

135,934 

33,040 

20,525 
48,522 
1,057,574 
22,805 
15,231 

11,832 
83,851 
65,149 
48,908 
21,831 

54,956 
895,792 
24,393 
68,629 
14,196 

24,534 
41,306 
89,992 
16.234 
280.486 



$ 

26,323 
2,052 
57,595 
17.505 
4,647 

16,081 
11,831 
1,412 
27,027 
11,146 

650 

1,334 

31,581 

8,227 

3,252 

13,350 

45,520 

685 

23,579 

6,085 

4,134 
8,516 
171,138 
4,056 
2,700 

1,952 
11,575 
11,052 
8.625 
3.683 

9,328 
147,724 
4,530 
11,908 
2,635 

4,386 
6,743 

15,264 
2,791 

48,130 



2,454 



9,064 
5,560 



1,689 



778 

1,596 

27,408 

3,891 

15,971 

819 
12,761 
5,664 

3,014 
7,847 

4,852 
3,230 



3,828 
6,641 



1,964 
1,996 



5.247 
8,067 



3,339 



*see notes p.68 






Allocations of Charges for Primary Power 



51 



FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1974 







Charges for 


Amounts 








Special 


Return 


Primary 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 




Facilities 


on Equity 


Power 


Interim 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Total Charge for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Allocated 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


535 


(24,971) 


527,598 


526,598 


1,000 


45.78 


64.28 


11.29 


— 


(2,500) 


43,990 


43,492 


498 


48.62 


67.36 


11.68 


12,569 


(25,975) 


1,212,031 


1,217,794 


(5,763) 


48.01 


67.49 


11.26 


1,613 


(12,595) 


370,494 


367,278 


3,216 


48.38 


67.27 


11.58 


— 


(2,223) 


101,851 


102,217 


(366) 


50.95 


68.85 


12.50 


2,204 


(12,583) 


333,614 


331,016 


2,598 


46.69 


66.53 


10.90 


3,525 


(7,607) 


236,846 


237,545 


(699) 


47.65 


64.20 


12.61 


— 


(2,462) 


29,246 


28,894 


352 


46.97 


65.07 


11.68 


2,448 


(21,552) 


559,825 


567,129 


(7,304) 


46.49 


66.43 


10.83 


— 


(10,288) 


222,912 


224,252 


(1,340) 


45.80 


64.14 


11.37 


_ 


(780) 


13,693 


13,740 


(47) 


48.68 


66.15 


12.31 


— 


(1,898) 


27,892 


27,126 


766 


47.98 


65.69 


12.05 


3,162 


(22,022) 


699,370 


698,940 


430 


49.56 


69.96 


11.15 


3,963 


(5,369) 


173,890 


174,238 


(348) 


48.21 


67.78 


11.25 


— 


(2,720) 


70,673 


71,387 


(714) 


49.82 


68.27 


12.03 


_ 


(14,045) 


294,443 


295,251 


(808) 


49.14 


69.29 


11.18 


3,915 


(25,554) 


941,449 


950,790 


(9,341) 


47.23 


66.32 


11.29 


— 


(559) 


14,538 


14,449 


89 


49.89 


66.69 


12.90 


1,278 


(20,942) 


490,678 


485,489 


5,189 


47.80 


66.11 


11.73 


358 


(4,774) 


128,200 


127,329 


871 


49.35 


66.49 


12.61 


109 


(5,853) 


81,395 


81,071 


324 


46.63 


62.35 


12.89 


67 


(5,200) 


182,657 


181,349 


1,308 


49.71 


67.69 


12.23 


— 


(96,561) 


3,562,968 


3,583,721 


(20,753) 


46.95 


66.76 


10.95 


— 


(2,223) 


88,299 


88,713 


(414) 


50.73 


68.39 


12.58 


— 


(1,767) 


58,545 


59,668 


(1,123) 


50.39 


68.11 


12.49 


— 


(1,256) 


40,245 


41,146 


(901) 


46.69 


66.14 


11.05 


1,134 


(11,951) 


249,017 


250,080 


(1,063) 


45.76 


68.99 


9.65 


414 


(8,652) 


224,944 


224,802 


142 


46.37 


65.27 


11.22 


1,254 


(6,487) 


174,923 


176,651 


(1,728) 


46.81 


64.98 


11.62 


877 


(3,496) 


79,973 


80,648 


(675) 


49.73 


68.41 


11.91 


331 


(5,369) 


200,032 


200,206 


(174) 


49.26 


67.92 


11.83 


— 


(111,697) 


3,030,077 


3,038,735 


(8,658) 


46.33 


65.78 


10.99 


— 


(2,391) 


93,326 


93,587 


(261) 


48.43 


65.57 


12.43 


— 


(10,282) 


241,895 


237,969 


3,926 


46.52 


64.95 


11.46 


— 


(2,593) 


51,667 


52,064 


(397) 


45.60 


62.88 


11.83 


_ 


(3,970) 


93,795 


93,641 


154 


49.61 


67.18 


12.43 


1,230 


(3,932) 


151,183 


152,796 


(1,613) 


51.19 


70.44 


11.90 


276 


(7,014) 


315,332 


321,539 


(6,207) 


47.34 


66.25 


11.39 


— 


(3,010) 


59,818 


59,775 


43 


49.06 


67.34 


11.98 


— 


(38,358) 


973,906 


980,580 


(6,674) 


46.20 


64.89 


11.28 



52 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power & 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases for 
Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
3.25 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Bracebridge * 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brant ford Twp 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brock ville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Burks Falls 

Burlington , 

Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford # 

Campbellville 

Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 

Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Chesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colborne 

Coldwater 



kW 
3,354.6 
3,971.0 
2,049.2 
58,353.5 
85,043.7 

18,546.0 
352.0 

1,835.7 
403.7 

3,368.5 

30,760.3 

1,024.0 

1,056.5 

316.6 

1,447.0 

109,269.0 

557.0 

2,161.7 

3,594.9 

356.5 

1,457.8 
3,334.3 
1,210.9 
5,831.9 
1,716.6 

1,009.1 

867.2 

3,285.0 

47,944.2 

473.6 

1,999.7 
2,383.6 
2,810.2 
685.9 
3,478.8 

1,064.6 
22,118.4 
6,096.3 
2,044.7 
1,157.1 



kWh '000 

16,665.0 

24,554.7 

10,982.2 

348,751.1 

527,767.2 

102,458.3 

1,840.8 

10,891.8 

2,143.4 

20,183.7 

187,871.1 
5,864.0 
6,333.0 
1,684.0 
7,860.0 

647,093.3 

2,986.6 

12,498.4 

14,657.8 

1,852.4 

8,490.2 
20,111.1 

6,773.7 
34,191.3 

9,027.6 

6,234.3 
5,310.0 
18,545.0 
289,536.4 
2,498.1 

11,552.3 
13,019.9 
15,781.7 
3,670.7 
19,722.2 

5,882.8 

133.749.9 

35,456.4 

12,444.0 

6,115.7 



S 

152,804 

180,883 

93,342 

2,658,005 

3,873,743 

844,773 
16,034 
83,619 
18,391 

153,436 

1,401,135 
46,645 
48,124 
14,424 
65,911 

4,977,206 

25,371 

98,468 

163,750 

16,239 

66,406 
151,878 

55,156 
265,646 

78,191 

45,966 
39,504 
149,633 
2,183,858 
21,572 

91,087 
108,576 
128,006 

31,247 
158,459 

48,493 

1,007,497 

277,688 

93,137 

52,708 



S 

54,161 

79,803 

35,692 

1,133,441 

1,715,244 

332,990 
5,983 

35,398 
6,966 

65,597 

610,581 

19,058 

20,583 

5,473 

25,545 

2,103,053 

9,707 

40,620 

47,638 

6,020 

27,593 
65,361 
22,015 
111,122 
29,340 

20,262 

17,258 

60,271 

940,993 

8,119 

37,545 
42,315 
51,291 
11,930 
64,097 

19,119 

434,687 

115,234 

40,443 

19,876 



S 

10,758 

12,735 

6,554 

187,132 

272,724 

59,284 
1,106 
5,887 
1,268 

10,803 

98,568 

3,217 

3,319 

995 

4,641 

349,894 
1,787 
6,791 
11,529 
1,120 

4,676 
10,692 

3,804 
18,598 

5,392 

3,170 
2,781 
6,075 
153,750 
1,488 

6,413 

7,488 
8,967 
2,155 
11,156 

3,414 

70,931 

399 

6,423 

3,656 



970 



10,985 
1,323 



1,518 



3,848 
3,971 
1,190 



29,691 
8,125 
1,340 

4,551 
5,970 
6,451 

3,792 

7,161 

1,780 



8,958 
2,614 
2,578 



7,684 
3,157 



•see notes p.68 



Allocations of Charges for Primary 



53 



FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1974 







Charges for 


Amounts 








Special 


Return 


Primary 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 




Facilities 


on Equity 


Power 


Interim 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Total Charge for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Allocated 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


4,656 


(2,942) 


219,437 


221,872 


(2,435) 


49.27 


65.41 


13.17 


— 


(9,275) 


264,146 


262,725 


1,421 


46.42 


66.52 


10.76 


393 


(4,831) 


132,120 


133,431 


(1,311) 


47.06 


64.47 


12.03 


3,073 


(97,675) 


3,883,976 


3,890,607 


(6,631) 


47.14 


66.56 


11 14 


— 


(278,299) 


5,583,412 


5,594,788 


(11,376) 


45.48 


65.65 


10.58 


20,777 


(31,132) 


1,237,677 


1,240,321 


(2,644) 


48.78 


66.74 


12.08 


— 


(1,067) 


23,379 


23,612 


(233) 


49.42 


66.42 


12.70 


— 


(4,714) 


120,190 


120,621 


(431) 


46.19 


65.47 


11.03 


— 


(1,983) 


26,160 


26,170 


(10) 


47.54 


64.79 


12.20 


1,863 


(8,250) 


223,449 


224,907 


(1,458) 


46.86 


66.33 


11.07 


_ 


(82,821) 


2,027,463 


2,037,957 


(10,494) 


46.06 


65.91 


10.79 


— 


(3,997) 


68,771 


69,047 


(276) 


48.55 


67.16 


11.73 


— 


(4,331) 


71,666 


71,381 


285 


48.35 


67.83 


11.32 


476 


(1,305) 


21,253 


21,157 


96 


49.83 


67.12 


12.62 


— 


(2,853) 


93,244 


94,466 


(1,222) 


46.79 


64.44 


11.86 


117,826 


(150,683) 


7,426,987 


7,385,261 


41,726 


48.72 


67.97 


11.48 


— 


(1,455) 


35,410 


35,509 


(99) 


46.15 


63.57 


11.86 


— 


(6,583) 


147,421 


147,764 


(343) 


49.40 


68.20 


11.80 


7,284 


(3,998) 


226,203 


231,013 


(4,810) 


49.67 


62.92 


15.43 


— 


(951) 


23,768 


23,309 


459 


49.78 


66.67 


12.83 


_ 


(4,091) 


94,584 


94,950 


(366) 


45.95 


64.88 


11.14 


1,380 


(7,978) 


221,333 


221,795 


(462) 


46.78 


66.38 


11.01 


— 


(4,460) 


81,066 


81,018 


48 


48.77 


66.95 


11.97 


642 


(22,786) 


379,192 


377,061 


2,131 


45.97 


65.02 


11.09 


— 


(2,956) 


116,418 


115,683 


735 


50.73 


67.82 


12.90 


89 


(3,172) 


70,107 


69,940 


167 


49.39 


69.47 


11.25 


— 


(1,687) 


57,856 


57,387 


469 


46.81 


66.71 


10.90 


— 


(4,134) 


219,006 


228,459 


(9,453) 


48.32 


66.67 


11.81 


— 


(129,824) 


3,148,777 


3,173,407 


(24,630) 


46.05 


65.68 


10.88 


— 


(1,589) 


31,370 


31,306 


64 


49.09 


66.24 


12.56 


200 


(8,455) 


126,790 


127,356 


(566) 


44.63 


63.40 


10.98 


— 


(7,541) 


159,796 


160,360 


(564) 


49.29 


67.04 


12.27 


— 


(6,898) 


183,980 


179,938 


4,042 


47.22 


65.47 


11.66 


— 


(2,355) 


45,555 


45,440 


115 


49.02 


66.41 


12.41 


701 


(13,013) 


221,400 


220,942 


458 


45.22 


63.64 


11.23 


— 


(2,775) 


68,251 


69,515 


(1,264) 


46.15 


64.11 


11.60 


10,142 


(49,795) 


1,473,462 


1,474,755 


(1,293) 


46.96 


66.62 


11.02 


— 


(9,807) 


383,514 


387,427 


(3,913) 


44.01 


62.91 


10.82 


— 


(4,873) 


142,814 


143,045 


(231) 


50.07 


69.84 


11.48 


~ 


(3,613) 


75,784 


76,552 


(768) 


48.32 


65.49 


12.39 



54 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power & 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases for 
Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
3.25 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Collin gwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drum bo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunn ville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Egan ville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erie Beach 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls. 
Fergus 



kW 

22,029.5 

667.3 

2,035.2 

884.4 

503.5 

444.5 
1,023.3 

573.6 
6,582.9 

416.3 

4,416.3 

2,547.4 

834.6 

957.3 

3,469.4 

382.5 

6,442.8 

435.0 

1,594.9 

17,293.2 

6,215.1 

2,822.1 

621.3 

110,798.1 

1,194.4 

9,369.6 
1,497.9 

278.3 
2,413.9 

738.5 

2,146.8 

161.8 

688.0 

2,102.0 

5,520.5 

4,441.7 
409,852.2 
4,387.8 
2,378.8 
11,850.4 



kWh '000 
134,600.0 
3,436.8 
12,326.9 
5,088.0 
2,847.6 

2,489.1 
5,596.4 
3,123.2 
38,342.0 
2,257.6 

23,944.3 
14,434.0 
4,710.9 
4,811.1 
19,191.4 

2,074.5 
34,292.2 
2,188.1 
9,254.2 
101,123.9 

37,383.2 

15,803.3 

3,523.8 

705,745.5 

6,477.5 

53,835.1 
8,942.5 
1,493.7 

13,834.1 
4,408.7 

12,065.8 

814.8 

3,717.5 

11,909.7 

31,551.3 

26,353.0 
2,584,435.9 
25,531.3 
14,280.6 
66,333.5 



$ 
1,003,447 
30,397 
92,707 
40,287 
22,934 

20,251 
46,613 
26,130 
299,852 
18,964 

201,162 
116,036 
38,019 
43,608 
158,035 

17,425 

293,472 

19,817 

72,648 

787,708 

283,101 

128,550 

28,302 

5,046,853 

54,409 

426,785 
68,230 
12,678 

109,955 
33,640 

97,788 

7,371 

31,338 

95,746 

251,459 

202,320 
18,668,772 
199,867 
108,358 
539,790 



437,450 

11,170 

40,063 

16,536 

9,255 

8,090 
18,189 
10,151 
124,612 

7,337 

77,819 
46,911 
15,310 
15,636 
62,372 

6,742 
111,450 

7,111 

30,076 

328,653 

121,496 
51,361 
11,453 
2,293,673 
21,052 

174,964 
29,063 
4,855 
44,961 
14,329 

39,214 

2,648 

12,082 

38,707 

102,542 

85,647 

8,399,417 

82,977 

46,412 

215,584 



$ 

70,646 
2,096 
6,527 
2,779 
1,582 

1,397 
3,215 
1,802 
21,110 
1,308 

14,162 
8,032 
2,622 
3,008 

11,126 

1,202 

20,239 

1,367 

5,010 

55,457 

19,931 

8,866 

1,952 

355,315 

3,752 

30,047 
4,705 
874 
7,602 
2,320 

6,744 

508 

2,161 

6,741 

17,704 

14,244 

,314,078 

13,936 

7,629 

38,002 



•see notes p.68 



Allocations of Charges for Primary Power 



55 



FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1974 







Charges for 


Amounts 








Special 


Return 


Primary 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 




Facilities 


on Equity 


Power 


Interim 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Total Charge for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Allocated 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


3,197 


(43,896) 


1,470,844 


1,475,380 


(4,536) 


46.91 


66.77 


10.93 


— 


(2,721) 


43,450 


43,639 


(189) 


48.37 


65.11 


12.64 


97 


(3,428) 


135,966 


137,779 


(1,813) 


47.12 


66.80 


11.03 


— 


(2,212) 


60,714 


61,267 


(553) 


49.95 


68.65 


H.93 


— 


(1,628) 


34,035 


33,884 


151 


49.22 


67.60 


11.95 





(1,386) 


30,023 


29,864 


159 


49.33 


67.53 


12.06 


— 


(3,158) 


68,705 


68,911 


(206) 


49.36 


67.14 


12.28 


— 


(2,032) 


38,207 


38,482 


(275) 


48.91 


66.60 


12.23 


— 


(11,413) 


434,161 


439,007 


(4,846) 


47.02 


65.95 


11.32 


— 


(1,334) 


27,840 


27,820 


20 


49.25 


66.87 


12.33 


120 


(11,108) 


282,155 


281,708 


447 


46.27 


63.89 


11.78 


1,040 


(5,492) 


174,382 


169,753 


4,629 


50.04 


68.45 


12.08 


— 


(2,472) 


56,616 


56,875 


(259) 


49.49 


67.83 


12.02 


— 


(2,900) 


62,950 


62,180 


770 


49.42 


65.75 


13.08 


2,955 


(10,004) 


224,484 


225,141 


(657) 


46.73 


64.70 


11.70 


— 


(1,626) 


25,181 


24,928 


253 


48.20 


65.82 


12.14 


3,117 


(13,414) 


439,078 


445,528 


(6,450) 


50.85 


68.15 


12.80 


— 


(1,503) 


28,427 


28,482 


(55) 


49.00 


65.34 


12.99 


95 


(4,126) 


109,697 


1 10,860 


(1,163) 


49.92 


68.78 


11.85 


100 


(46,788) 


1,125,130 


1,130,087 


(4,957) 


46.06 


65.06 


11.13 


1,080 


(21,728) 


403,880 


404,617 


(737) 


45.43 


64.98 


10.80 


— 


(9,196) 


190,187 


191,296 


(1,109) 


49.19 


67.39 


12.03 


— 


(3,396) 


40,646 


40,562 


84 


46.98 


65.42 


11.53 


43,247 


(300,915) 


7,438,173 


7,499,424 


(61,251) 


46.43 


67.13 


10.54 


— 


(2,269) 


81,433 


82,234 


(801) 


50.55 


68.17 


12.57 


1,144 


(24,598) 


608,342 


609,852 


(1,510) 


46.25 


64.93 


11.30 


— 


(4,027) 


103,600 


104,257 


(657) 


49.76 


69.16 


11.59 


— 


(1,256) 


18,197 


18,476 


(279) 


47.94 


65.38 


12.18 


391 


(7,226) 


163,646 


163,769 


(123) 


49.17 


67.79 


11.83 


— 


(2,579) 


50,485 


49,793 


692 


48.96 


68.36 


11.45 


— 


(2,609) 


149,205 


149,019 


186 


51.23 


69.50 


12.37 


— 


(485) 


10,650 


10,554 


96 


49.45 


65.81 


13.07 


— 


(2,648) 


45,519 


45,308 


211 


48.60 


66.16 


12.24 


154 


(2,999) 


138,349 


138,594 


(245) 


47.40 


65.82 


11.62 


2,556 


(7,669) 


366,592 


369,136 


(2,544) 


47.83 


66.41 


11.62 


442 


(11,440) 


291,213 


291,166 


47 


46.28 


65.56 


11.05 


450,491 


(807,262) 


28,040,591 


28,137,927 


(97,336) 


47.92 


68.42 


10.85 


743 


(13,715) 


291,563 


292,141 


(578) 


47.54 


66.45 


11.42 


— 


(1,855) 


160,544 


161,955 


(1,411) 


47.98 


67.49 


11.24 


5,065 


(26,068) 


772,373 


775,533 


(3,160) 


46.98 


65.18 


11.64 



56 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power & 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases for 
Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
3.25 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frank ford 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Gran ton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 



kW 

486.6 

953.2 

1,965.8 

3,015.4 

1,595.6 

56,977.6 
18,838.2 
1,828.1 
51,477.1 
11,458.0 

1,333.0 
1,029.4 
334.6 
4,613.7 
5,950.8 

99,344.7 

2,563.6 

720,836.8 

9,566.1 

2,381.1 

2,621.1 

943.6 

1,063.0 

18,035.8 

7,870.8 

1,897.5 

12,430.7 

471.0 

184.1 

5,477.2 

8,797.6 
1,395.9 
869.7 
7,392.7 
3,630.4 

1 1,838.5 

569.7 

5,355.3 

1.539.6 

74,313.9 



kWh '000 
2,428.8 
5,034.9 
11,258.3 
17,524.8 
9,230.1 

341,864.7 

111,053.9 

9,531.9 

313,740.2 

67,553.1 

7,680.7 

5,728.7 

1,564.7 

27,358.6 

34,695.6 

613,304.8 

14,868.2 

5,092,021.9 

50,329.8 

13,590.0 

14,149.0 

5,777.3 

6,283.2 

116,431.9 

46,380.7 

9,319.3 
67,435.4 

2,181.9 

849.2 

32,554.6 

55,944.5 

7,635.2 

5,022.6 

44,336.2 

21,693.2 

73,973.8 

3,184.0 

32,461.4 

10,533.9 

468,421.0 



$ 

22,167 
43,422 
89,544 
137,352 
72,680 

2,595,332 
858,082 
83,272 

2,344,782 
521,912 

60,722 
46,889 
15,244 
210,155 
271,063 

4,525,153 

116,774 

32,834,118 

435,739 

108,462 

119,391 
42,982 
48,423 
821,532 
358,515 

86,432 
566,222 

21,454 

8,387 

249,487 

400,734 

63,586 

39,617 

336,738 

165,368 

539,247 
25,953 

243,935 

70,132 

3,385,000 



$ 

7,894 
16,364 
36,590 
56,956 
29,998 

1,111,060 

360,925 

30,979 

1,019,656 
219,548 

24,962 

18,619 

5,086 

88,915 

112,761 

1,993,241 

48,322 

16,549,071 

163,572 

44,168 

45,984 
18,776 
20,420 
378,404 
150,737 

30,288 

219,165 

7,091 

2,760 

105,803 

181,820 
24,814 
16,324 

144,093 
70,503 

240,415 

10,348 

105,500 

34,235 

1,522,368 



1,529 
2,995 
6,176 
9,472 
5,012 

182,719 
60,411 
5,765 
97,501 
36,745 

4,188 
3,301 
1,051 
14,795 
19,084 

310,908 

8,072 

2,193,651 

30,466 

7,636 

8,263 
2,964 
3,410 
57,839 
25,241 

6,085 
39,863 

1,480 

578 

17,565 

28,213 

4,385 

2,732 

23,707 

11,643 

776 

1,827 

17,174 

4,837 

238,315 



notes p. 68 



Allocations of Charges for Primary Power 



57 



FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1974 







Charges for 


Amounts 








Special 


Return 


Primary 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 




Facilities 


on Equity 


Power 


Interim 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Total Charge for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Allocated 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


— 


(1,654) 


31,765 


31,831 


(66) 


49.05 


65.27 


13.08 


— 


(2,272) 


64,092 


64,442 


(350) 


50.07 


67.23 


12.73 


— 


(5,609) 


134,089 


133,939 


150 


49.60 


68.21 


11.91 


106 


(10,057) 


205,162 


203,392 


1,770 


49.15 


68.04 


11.71 


— 


(3,306) 


110,381 


111,414 


(1,033) 


50.38 


69.18 


11.96 


— 


(157,355) 


3,731,756 


3,758,740 


(26,984) 


46.00 


65.50 


10.92 


10,428 


(44,023) 


1,245,823 


1,251,578 


(5,755) 


46.97 


66.13 


11.22 


332 


(4,909) 


121,052 


120,454 


598 


49.27 


66.22 


12.70 


— 


(53,912) 


3,446,178 


3,443,967 


2,211 


47.14 


66.95 


10.98 


— 


(35,321) 


742,884 


743,425 


(541) 


45.67 


64.84 


11.00 


147 


(3,840) 


91,189 


91,037 


152 


49.68 


68.40 


11.87 


— 


(3,333) 


65,476 


68,676 


(3,200) 


45.52 


63.61 


11.43 


— 


(1,189) 


21,450 


20,846 


604 


48.90 


64.09 


13.71 


226 


(14,320) 


299,771 


302,141 


(2,370) 


45.70 


64.97 


10.96 


658 


(13,951) 


389,615 


389,325 


290 


46.52 


65.47 


11.23 


137 


(226,822) 


6,602,617 


6,631,879 


(29,262) 


46.40 


66.46 


10.77 


2,310 


(13,849) 


170,185 


171,088 


(903) 


47.53 


66.38 


11.45 


(225,068) 


(2,034,913) 


49,316,859 


49,289,523 


27,336 


45.46 


68.42 


9.69 


3,235 


(25,121) 


620,043 


623,335 


(3,292) 


47.72 


64.82 


12.32 


501 


(8,695) 


152,072 


153,517 


(1,445) 


45.32 


63.86 


11.19 


531 


(9,140) 


173,235 


174,505 


(1,270) 


48.55 


66.09 


12.24 


— 


(2,590) 


65,678 


65,406 


272 


49.70 


69.60 


11.37 


— 


(3,704) 


68,549 


68,823 


(274) 


45.27 


64.48 


10.91 


2,225 


(17,796) 


1,242,204 


1,250,701 


(8,497) 


47.89 


68.87 


10.67 


— 


(10,107) 


524,386 


525,429 


(1,043) 


47.47 


66.62 


11.31 


431 


(5,201) 


118,035 


118,142 


(107) 


46.24 


62.20 


12.67 


2,770 


(37,136) 


790,884 


792,295 


(1,411) 


45.99 


63.62 


11.73 


— 


(1,745) 


30,050 


29,618 


432 


48.75 


63.80 


13.77 


— 


(700) 


11,717 


11,810 


(93) 


48.65 


63.64 


13.80 


— 


(17,758) 


355,097 


353,380 


1,717 


45.51 


64.83 


10.91 


6,358 


(39,102) 


578,023 


578,641 


(618) 


45.03 


65.70 


10.33 


— 


(3,845) 


94,186 


94,974 


(788) 


49.70 


67.47 


12.34 


— 


(3,143) 


58,799 


58,560 


239 


48.84 


67.60 


11.71 


2,473 


(13,788) 


493,223 


491,199 


2,024 


47.23 


66.72 


11.12 


486 


(9,921) 


238,079 


239,206 


(1,127) 


46.16 


65.58 


10.97 


— 


(11,431) 


769,007 


769,496 


(489) 


44.65 


64.96 


10.40 


— 


(1,223) 


36,905 


37,541 


(636) 


46.61 


64.77 


11.59 


2,689 


(14,750) 


354,548 


353,008 


1,540 


46.50 


66.20 


10.92 


— 


(3,195) 


111,796 


111,487 


309 


50.38 


72.61 


10.61 




(194,577) 


4,951,106 


4,969,582 


(18,476) 


46.14 


66.62 


J0.57 



58 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power & 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases for 
Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
3.25 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

L'Orignal 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 
Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Menrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 



kW 

5,264.2 

243.3 

166,921.0 

1,274.6 

2,792.2 

1,909.4 
833.5 
562.8 

1,041.4 
435.8 

13,220.3 
20,382.7 

8,581.9 
272,560.9 

1,334.4 

1,319.3 
509.0 

1,818.5 
210.0 

1,762.6 

15,090.6 

1,308.8 

208.2 

1,247.4 

1,019.0 

885.4 

6,101.8 

649.5 

967.9 

18,537.8 

794.1 

829.3 

12,466.2 

1,716.8 

313,120.3 

4,109.1 
453.6 

2,465.1 
818.5 

4,304.9 



kWh '000 

29,502.5 

1,202.4 

1,017,980.2 

7,312.8 

16,545.6 

10,730.1 
4,440.6 
3,324.2 
6,502.9 
2,223.2 

80,268.6 

126,845.9 

50,159.5 

.1,650,977.4 

7,891.4 

7,359.0 

2,735.4 
10,752.0 

1,087.4 
10,168.9 

89,936.5 
7,572.6 
1,088.1 
7,592.9 
5,514.2 

5,245.5 

35,868.1 

3,550.0 

5,406.4 

110,991.2 

5,234.6 

4,695.6 

77,610.5 

9,222.2 

2,063,304.1 

21,902.5 
2,247.6 

14,748.8 
4,689.6 

24,004.5 



$ 

239,784 

11,084 

7,603,254 

58,059 

127,185 

86,973 
37,970 
25,638 
47,439 
19,853 

602,187 
928,433 
390,909 
12,415,152 
60,785 

60,097 
23,185 
82,837 
9,569 
80,289 

687,380 

59,619 

9,486 

56,822 

46,418 

40,330 
277,940 
29,585 
44,091 
844,397 

36,172 
37,776 
567,839 
78,203 
14,262,631 

187,172 
20,664 

112,285 
37,283 

196,092 



$ 

95,883 

3,908 

3,308,436 

23,767 

53,773 

34,873 
14,432 
10,804 
21,135 
7,226 

260,873 

412,249 

163,019 

5,365,677 

25,647 

23,917 
8,890 

34,944 
3,534 

33,049 

292,294 

24,611 

3,537 

24,677 

17,921 

17,048 

116,571 

11,538 

17,571 

360,722 

17,013 
15,261 

252,234 

29,972 

6,705,738 

71,183 
7,305 
47,934 
15,241 
78,015 



$ 

16,729 
764 

10,937 
4,004 
8,771 

5,998 
2,619 
1,768 
3,272 
1,398 

42,289 

65,365 

27,521 

874,067 

4,192 

4,145 
1,599 
5,713 
674 
5,633 

47,896 

4,112 

654 

4,001 

3,201 

2,781 
19,568 
2,040 
3,041 
59,449 

2,495 

2,605 

39,945 

5,393 

1,004,056 

13,177 
1,425 
7,744 
2,571 

13,805 



•see notes p.68 



Allocations of Charges for Primary Power 



59 



FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1974 







Charges for 


Amounts 








Special 


Return 


Primary 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 




Facilities 


on Equity 


Power 


Interim 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Total Charge for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Allocated 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


5,134 


(13,280) 


352,995 


355,455 


(2,460) 


48.84 


67.06 


11.96 


— 


(723) 


15,947 


16,031 


(84) 


49.48 


65.54 


13.26 


— 


(429,928) 


10,492,699 


10,544,340 


(51,641) 


43.04 


62.86 


10.31 


— 


(1,953) 


88,667 


87,676 


991 


50.92 


69.56 


12.12 


— 


(7,727) 


192,496 


192,924 


(428) 


49.68 


68.94 


11.63 


46 


(5,127) 


129,939 


129,735 


204 


49.79 


68.05 


12.11 


— 


(2,329) 


55,825 


56,176 


(351) 


49.66 


66.97 


12.57 


— 


(1,751) 


38,575 


38,927 


(352) 


49.34 


68.53 


11.60 


741 


(3,183) 


73,318 


73,415 


(97) 


50.10 


70.40 


11.27 


— 


(730) 


27,747 


28,110 


(363) 


47.08 


63.66 


12.48 


3,607 


(37,641) 


877,476 


875,554 


1,922 


46.64 


66.37 


10.93 


— 


(54,582) 


1,351,465 


1,363,121 


(11,656) 


46.08 


66.30 


10.65 


695 


(22,292) 


559,852 


550,504 


9,348 


46.24 


65.24 


11.16 


— 


(683,028) 


17,971,868 


17,937,632 


34,236 


46.25 


65.94 


10.89 


— 


(4,063) 


91,576 


91,028 


548 


49.41 


68.62 


11.60 


— 


(5,658) 


87,460 


87,327 


133 


48.16 


66.29 


11.88 


— 


(2,159) 


33,428 


33,696 


(268) 


48.21 


65.67 


12.22 


— 


(5,198) 


125,131 


125,182 


(51) 


49.59 


68.81 


11.64 


— 


(432) 


13,345 


13,756 


(411) 


46.70 


63.52 


12.27 


— 


(4,231) 


115,873 


114,050 


1,823 


46.99 


65.74 


11.39 


8,245 


(20,435) 


1,043,953 


1,039,418 


4,535 


49.81 


69.18 


11.61 


790 


(3,809) 


90,242 


91,239 


(997) 


50.14 


68.95 


11.92 


— 


(807) 


13,653 


13,630 


23 


48.58 


65.56 


12.55 


— 


(1,970) 


83,530 


84,255 


(725) 


47.18 


66.96 


11.00 


— 


(3,182) 


68,188 


68,060 


128 


49.33 


66.91 


12.37 


_ 


(3,070) 


60,417 


60,212 


205 


48.98 


68.24 


11.52 


1,493 


(16,387) 


399,185 


403,629 


(4,444) 


46.32 


65.42 


11.13 


— 


(2,398) 


43,206 


43,372 


(166) 


48.76 


66.52 


12.17 


— 


(2,093) 


66,248 


66,251 


(3) 


50.29 


68.44 


12.25 


1,221 


(55,378) 


1,210,411 


1,213,907 


(3,496) 


45.84 


65.29 


10.91 


_ 


(2,474) 


56,190 


56,334 


(144) 


49.33 


70.76 


10.73 


— 


(2,173) 


56,586 


56,419 


167 


49.83 


68.23 


12.05 


17,451 


(27,534) 


851,809 


837,211 


14,598 


48.10 


68.33 


10.98 


186 


(7,089) 


113,117 


112,969 


148 


48.43 


65.89 


12.27 


344,235 


(368,793) 


21,952,339 


21,895,757 


56,582 


48.69 


70.11 


10.64 


3,342 


(12,342) 


262,532 


263,300 


(768) 


46.57 


63.89 


11.99 


— 


(1,637) 


29,462 


29,701 


(239) 


48.84 


64.94 


13.11 


1,232 


(6,185) 


172,274 


172,285 


(11) 


50.44 


69.89 


11.68 


— 


(2,369) 


55,802 


54,893 


909 


49.56 


68.18 


11.90 


753 


(11,626) 


277,039 


276,439 


600 


46.23 


64.35 


11.54 



60 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power & 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases for 
Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
3.25 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Napanee 

Nepean Twp 

Neustadt 

New Hamburg... 
Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene.. 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 



kW 
6,069.5 
86,379.2 

496.8 
4,039.0 

300.5 

479.3 
354.2 

2,143.4 
15,078.9 

3,150.9 

59,238.8 
2,880.3 

60,426.3 

618,866.9 

1,437.4 

1,251.7 

121,942.5 

370.3 

706.6 

10,899.0 

25,380.1 

1,149.0 

157,726.2 

472,390.7 

606.0 

25,986.4 
1,235.9 
1,984.4 
7,222.8 
1,571.5 

6,305.9 
12,303.0 
6,136.0 
8,498.3 
77,416.3 

3,693.9 
2,089.8 
5,468.5 
1,045.2 



kWh '000 

34,989.0 

559,204.8 

2,573.2 

22,867.9 

1,618.1 

2,722.9 

1,859.1 

12,986.8 

95,164.6 

18,394.7 

360,692.4 

17,388.7 

375,011.8 

.3,852,883.0 

7,934.3 

7,182.4 

816,681.9 

2,205.7 

4,224.9 

64,705.4 

136,975.5 
6,716.2 

958,697.1 

2,985,802.8 

3,274.8 

160,615.9 

6,784.1 

11,850.7 

39,878.3 

8,741.0 

36,762.7 
56,770.4 
38,697.5 
47,732.3 
489,240.9 

21,349.6 

12,330.1 

32,593.0 

5,969.1 



$ 

276,466 

3,934,573 

22,629 

183,978 

13,690 

21,833 
16,134 
97,632 
686,844 
143,528 

2,698,331 

131,201 

2,752,418 

28,189,391 

65,474 

57,016 

5,554,485 

16,867 

32,188 

496,452 

1,156,065 
52,337 

7,184,428 

21,517,398 

27,603 

1,183,681 

56,296 

90,390 

329,002 

71,585 

287,236 
560,404 
279.497 
387,098 
3,526,316 

168,259 
95,191 

249,094 
47,610 



$ 

113,715 

1,817,416 

8,363 

74,321 

5,259 

8,849 
6,042 

42,207 
309,285 

59,783 

1,172,250 
56,513 

1,218,789 

12,521,870 

25,787 

23,343 

2,654,216 

7,169 

13,731 

210,293 

445,170 

21,828 

3,115,766 

9,703,859 

10,643 

522,002 
22,049 
38,515 

129,605 
28,408 

1 19,479 
184,504 
125,767 
155,130 
1,590,033 

69,387 

40,073 

105,928 

19,400 



$ 

19,394 

152,092 

1,561 

12,720 

944 

1,506 

1,113 

6,873 

47,972 

10,104 

189,971 
9,090 

193,779 

1,931,155 

4,515 

3,932 

390,842 

1,163 

2,220 

34,952 

81,391 

3,609 

505,807 

1,285,886 

1,904 

82,980 
3,963 
6,364 

23,163 
5,040 

20,222 
39,454 
19,677 
27,253 
248,263 

1 1,627 
6.565 

17,537 
3.283 



notes p.68 



Allocations of Charges for Primary Power 



61 



FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1974 







Charges for 


Amounts 








Special 


Return 


Primary 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 




Facilities 


on Equity 


Power 


Interim 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Total Charge for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Allocated 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


3,264 


(19,953) 


396,878 


394,542 


2,336 


46.65 


65.39 


11.34 


7,851 


(95,678) 


5,821,708 


5,825,290 


(3,582) 


46.36 


67.40 


10.41 


— 


(1,803) 


32,617 


32,903 


(286) 


48.82 


65.65 


12.68 


1,513 


(10,969) 


274,900 


276,085 


(1,185) 


49.66 


68.06 


12.02 


— 


(532) 


20,490 


20,740 


(250) 


50.68 


68.18 


12.66 


— 


(1,133) 


32,856 


32,968 


(112) 


50.08 


68.55 


12.07 


— 


(1,075) 


23,545 


23,348 


197 


49.42 


66.47 


12.66 


— 


(4,663) 


142,049 


143,271 


(1,222) 


46.58 


66.27 


10.94 


9,087 


(28,831) 


1,046,402 


1,036,746 


9,656 


48.88 


69.40 


11.00 


1,640 


(10,204) 


204,851 


205,987 


(1,136) 


46.04 


65.01 


11.14 


32,229 


(190,345) 


3,902,436 


3,911,375 


(8,939) 


46.09 


65.88 


10.82 


— 


(6,886) 


198,362 


200,471 


(2,109) 


49.25 


68.87 


11.41 


72,958 


(124,639) 


4,113,305 


4,113,933 


(628) 


47.90 


68.07 


10.97 


9,650 


(913,870) 


41,738,196 


41,764,908 


(26,712) 


47.21 


67.44 


10.83 


652 


(6,451) 


95,379 


95,022 


357 


48.42 


66.36 


12.02 


— 


(3,381) 


85,614 


85,226 


388 


49.75 


68.40 


11.92 


67,847 


(207,166) 


8,472,369 


8,414,939 


57,430 


47.71 


69.48 


10.37 


— 


(3,039) 


23,552 


23,414 


138 


44.24 


63.60 


10.68 


— 


(2,126) 


48,669 


48,753 


(84) 


49.44 


68.87 


11.52 


8,149 


(21,066) 


728,780 


725,797 


2,983 


47.57 


66.87 


11.26 


17,460 


(32,389) 


1,667,697 


1,669,943 


(2,246) 


48.17 


65.71 


12.18 


— 


(2,553) 


79,539 


79,866 


(327) 


50.23 


69.22 


11.84 


— 


(366,453) 


10,439,548 


10,376,819 


62,729 


46.43 


66.19 


10.89 


— 


(789,926) 


31,717,217 


31,791,871 


(74,654) 


46.60 


67.14 


10.62 


— 


(2,307) 


40,120 


40,232 


(112) 


48.64 


66.20 


12.25 


— 


(77,411) 


1,730,023 


1,752,269 


(22,246) 


46.49 


66.57 


10.77 


— 


(3,274) 


79,034 


78,723 


311 


46.11 


63.95 


11.65 


994 


(8,678) 


127,585 


127,492 


93 


44.88 


64.29 


10.77 


6,415 


(25,092) 


463,093 


469,494 


(6,401) 


46.17 


64.11 


11.61 


— 


(5,480) 


99,553 


98,442 


1,111 


45.27 


63.35 


11.39 


546 


(11,296) 


416,187 


418,660 


(2,473) 


47.05 


66.00 


11.32 


1,783 


(8,042) 


778,103 


773,040 


5,063 


48.25 


63.24 


13.71 


1,794 


(16,483) 


410,252 


411,173 


(921) 


46.36 


66.86 


10.60 


— 


(25,435) 


544,046 


547,250 


(3,204) 


45.76 


64.02 


11.40 


— 


(215,515) 


5,149,097 


5,165,308 


(16,211) 


45.97 


66.51 


10.52 


573 


(17,133) 


245,269 


244,538 


731 


47.61 


66.40 


11.49 


— 


(3,036) 


146,647 


146,953 


(306) 


51.00 


70.17 


11.89 


254 


(21,546) 


351,267 


352,613 


(1,346) 


44.86 


64.23 


10.78 




(1,883) 


72,338 


73,285 


(947) 


50.65 


69.21 


12.12 



62 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power & 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases for 
Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
3.25 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

PortMcNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridge town 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth , 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

South Grimsby Twp. 
South River 



kW 

1,052.5 

8,623.0 

489.3 

16,331.5 

21,804.5 

2,563.4 
6,240.2 
16,167.9 
1,705.5 
3,904.5 

546.0 
1,764.8 
5,913.8 

23,722.5 
119.3 

506.2 

475.6 
1,216.4 
1,207.7 
8,384.2 

2,365.7 

23,555.1 

3,048.4 

698.6 

3,238.9 

893.4 
850.0 
299.6 
776.0 
10,036.1 

68,853.6 

400,472.5 

2,095.9 

2,475.3 

3,200.8 

17,343.3 
3,455.9 

13,268.3 

889.8 

1,174.2 



kWh '000 

5,555.8 

49,152.4 

2,888.3 

106,947.7 

156,235.7 

16,275.2 
36,568.2 
98,494.0 
8,896.2 
22,756.3 

3,214.0 

10,556.2 

33,760.9 

135,761.0 

573.3 

2,733.6 
2,729.4 
7,650.3 
7,264.5 
44,821.6 

13,725.6 
148,663.8 
16,946.6 
•4,119.4 
18,695.9 

5,299.8 
4,925.2 
1,601.8 
4,357.7 
55,696.9 

470,587.6 

2,483,373.3 

12,988.8 

13,637.2 

20,073.0 

111,057.7 

21,750.7 

78,311.3 

4,922.6 

6,980.2 



$ 

47,944 
392,779 

22,291 
743,904 
993,197 

116,764 

284,243 
736,448 
77,688 
177,851 

24,870 

80,387 

269,374 

1,080,564 

5,435 

23,060 
21,666 
55,407 
55,014 
381,900 

107,760 
1,072,935 
138,857 
31,824 
147,533 

40,697 
38,720 
13,650 
35,347 
457,148 

3,136,284 

18,241,526 

95,468 

112,750 

145,800 

789,991 

157,419 

604,372 

40,533 

53,488 



$ 

18,057 

159,746 

9,387 

347,580 

507,766 

52,895 
118,847 
320,106 
28,913 
73,958 

10,446 

34,308 

109,723 

441,223 

1,863 

8,884 

8,871 

24,863 

23,610 

145,670 

44,608 
483,158 
55,077 
13,388 
60,762 

17,225 
16,007 
5,206 
14,163 
181,015 

1,529,410 

8,070,963 

42,214 

44,321 

65,237 

360,938 
70,690 

254,512 
15,999 
22,686 



$ 

3,307 
27,512 

1,537 
52,373 
69,925 

8,221 
20,012 
51,848 

5,358 
12,521 

1,715 

5,660 

18,964 

76,060 

375 

1,590 
1,494 
3,821 
3,873 
26,887 

7,432 
75,306 
9,749 
2,195 
10,175 

2,807 
2,670 
961 
2,438 
32,033 

219,959 

,283,758 

6,614 

7,938 

10,055 

55,607 

10,856 

42,549 

2,795 

3,766 



3,956 
8,079 
1,839 



2,052 



891 
448 

1,903 
1,788 
4,571 



8,891 

1,531 
2,626 
12,172 

3,358 
3,195 

2,916 
8,675 



15,502 
6,134 



12,030 



652 
12,988 



3,344 



•see notes p.68 



Allocations of Charges for Primary Power 



63 



FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1974 







Charges for 


Amounts 








Special 


Return 


Primary 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 




Facilities 


on Equity 


Power 


Interim 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Total Charge for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Allocated 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


— 


(3,497) 


69,767 


69,772 


(5) 


49.13 


66.28 


12.56 


— 


(26,228) 


561,888 


566,049 


(4,161) 


46.64 


65.16 


11.43 


89 


(1,395) 


33,748 


33,578 


170 


49.78 


68.96 


11.68 


4,465 


(47,304) 


1,101,018 


1,108,890 


(7,872) 


46.13 


67.42 


10.29 


10,534 


(48,806) 


1,532,616 


1,534,766 


(2,150) 


47.00 


70.29 


9.81 


2,991 


(10,676) 


170,195 


169,666 


529 


45.76 


66.39 


10.46 


5,428 


(9,861) 


418,669 


417,266 


1,403 


48.05 


67.09 


11.45 


7,868 


(41,484) 


1,074,786 


1,071,187 


3,599 


46.68 


66.48 


10.91 


1,006 


(5,043) 


1 14,332 


114,419 


(87) 


50.08 


67.04 


12.85 


302 


(8,632) 


256,000 


256,241 


(241) 


46.62 


65.57 


11.25 


_ 


(2,125) 


36,958 


36,543 


415 


48.56 


67.69 


11.50 


2,516 


(8,290) 


114,581 


113,506 


1,075 


45.49 


64.93 


10.&5 


1,045 


(19,406) 


379,700 


380,618 


(918) 


45.65 


64.21 


11.25 


— 


(62,730) 


1,536,008 


1,544,091 


(8,083) 


46.15 


64.75 


11.31 


— 


(328) 


7,793 


7,742 


51 


49.69 


65.31 


13.59 


_ 


(2,109) 


33,328 


33,438 


(110) 


48.28 


65.83 


12.19 


— 


(1,943) 


31,876 


31,894 


(18) 


48.36 


67.01 


11.68 


315 


(2,205) 


86,772 


87,506 


(734) 


50.89 


71.33 


11.34 


518 


(3,122) 


79,893 


80,713 


(820) 


46.60 


66.15 


11.00 


738 


(17,641) 


537,554 


533,267 


4,287 


46.74 


64.12 


11.99 





(3,624) 


165,067 


162,938 


2,129 


50.92 


69.77 


12.03 


11,844 


(41,607) 


1,601,636 


1,603,398 


(1,762) 


47.48 


68.00 


10.77 


1,683 


(10,295) 


196,602 


196,275 


327 


46.43 


64.49 


11.60 


— 


(2,336) 


47,697 


47,498 


199 


49.11 


68.27 


11.58 


— 


(4,707) 


225,935 


224,838 


1,097 


51.00 


69.76 


12.08 


_ 


(2,814) 


61,273 


61,171 


102 


49.30 


68.58 


11.56 


— 


(3,438) 


57,154 


56,397 


757 


48.41 


67.24 


11.60 


— 


(994) 


18,823 


18,811 


12 


45.44 


62.81 


11.75 


— 


(1,992) 


52,872 


52,766 


106 


49.88 


68.13 


12.13 


6,272 


(13,524) 


671,619 


673,801 


(2,182) 


48.88 


66.92 


12.06 


_ 


(314,978) 


4,570,675 


4,559,712 


10,963 


44.17 


66.38 


9.71 


235,717 


(631,584) 


27,215,882 


27,244,025 


(28,143) 


47.81 


67.96 


10.96 


1,117 


(4,957) 


146,590 


147,479 


(889) 


49.80 


69.94 


11.29 


679 


(11,004) 


154,684 


154,787 


(103) 


44.59 


62.49 


11.34 


— 


(6,276) 


226,846 


228,322 


(1,476) 


50.49 


70.87 


11.30 


9,578 


(45,060) 


1,171,706 


1,161,225 


10,481 


46.75 


67.56 


10.55 


— 


(9,376) 


242,577 


243,725 


(1,148) 


49.74 


70.19 


11.15 


308 


(41,991) 


859,750 


869,248 


(9,498) 


45.62 


64.80 


10.98 


— 


(2,855) 


59,816 


59,734 


82 


49.24 


67.22 


12.15 


— 


(1,373) 


78,567 


78,621 


(54) 


47.59 


66.91 


11.26 



64 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power & 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases for 
Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
3.25 Mills 
per kWh 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Southampton 

Springfield 

St Catharines 

St Clair Beach 

St George 

St Jacobs 

St Mary's 

St Thomas 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville...., 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp. 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorn dale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 



kW 

3,835.6 

377.2 

197,230.0 

1,668.8 

1,081.7 

1,733.7 
5,058.6 
32,939.6 
2,251.7 
1,739.1 

6,717.3 
5,758.8 
40,183.2 
8,762.2 
7,578.3 

6,053.2 

96,261.9 

736.0 

1,085.3 

3,010.9 

1,160.2 
2,531.0 
4,347.2 
1,443.4 
2,225.2 

1,681.7 
1,300.6 

787.5 
1,728.8 
1,746.0 

377.2 
310.2 

7,250.7 
137,414.9 

4,987.8 

9,834.1 

1,031,175.5 

1,726.0 

25,298.6 

2,328.9 



kWh '000 

23,141.8 

2,058.4 

1,157,542.4 
8,961.0 
6,115.5 

9,895.6 

29,580.0 

193,241.0 

13,301.6 

9,938.7 

37,780.2 
33,827.5 
242,682.2 
49,598.4 
44,251.4 

35,370.9 

610,958.2 

4,148.7 

6,290.3 

19,142.7 

6,846.0 
13,150.9 

25,762.8 
7,876.1 
13,983.1 

10,376.1 
6,087.1 
4,524.7 
10,341.6 
10,294.9 

2,019.9 

1,568.0 

46,026.2 

859,346.0 

26,767.9 

56,729.4 

6,739,887.6 

9,379.5 

160,512.3 

13,227.1 



$ 

174,712 

17,182 

8,983,826 

76,017 

49,274 

78,974 

230,421 

1,500,401 

102,568 

79,216 

305,977 
262,313 
1,830,348 
399,122 
345,195 

275,726 

4,384,730 

33,525 

49,438 

137,150 

52,848 
115,287 
198,018 

65,747 
101,361 

76,604 
59,245 
35,871 
78,747 

79,534 

17,183 
14,132 

330,272 
6,259,249 

227,197 

447,944 

46,970,048 

78,619 

1,152,353 

106,084 



$ 

75,211 
6,690 
3,762,013 
29,123 
19,876 

32,161 
96,135 
628,033 
43,230 
32,301 

122,786 
109,939 
788,717 
161,195 
143,817 

114,956 
1,985,614 
13,484 
20,444 
62,214 

22,250 
42,741 
83,729 
25,598 
45,445 

33,722 
19,783 
14,705 
33,610 
33,459 

6,565 
5,096 

149,585 

2,792,875 

86,996 

184,371 
21,904,635 
30,484 
521,665 
42,988 



$ 

12,049 

1,185 

566,816 

5,264 

3,424 

5,483 
16,222 
105,620 
7,139 
5,577 

21,436 
18,356 
128,863 
28,099 
24,303 

19,412 

308,699 
2,312 
3,481 
9,459 

3,645 
8,117 
13,941 
4,563 
7,136 

5,283 
4,086 
2,474 
5,544 
5,485 

1,185 

975 

23,237 

440,617 

15,989 

31,536 
2,829,556 

5,422 
81,130 

7,469 



•see notes p.68 



Allocations of Charges for Primary Power 



65 



FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1974 







Charges for 


Amounts 








Special 


Return 


Primary 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 




Facilities 


on Equity 


Power 


Interim 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Total Charge for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Allocated 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


741 


(8,143) 


268,985 


267,529 


1,456 


50.52 


70.13 


11.62 


89 


(1,697) 


24,867 


25,078 


(211) 


48.19 


65.92 


12.08 


454 


(454,255) 


12,858,854 


12,825,364 


33,490 


46.12 


65.20 


11.11 


— 


(3,593) 


111,880 


111,185 


695 


49.59 


67.04 


12.49 


357 


(3,373) 


72,116 


72,396 


(280) 


48.29 


66.67 


11.79 


322 


(4,313) 


1 16,999 


113,811 


3,188 


48.93 


67.48 


11.82 


— 


(34,662) 


308,116 


309,181 


(1,065) 


41.90 


60.91 


10.42 


— 


(109,498) 


2,125,299 


2,129,529 


(4,230) 


45.45 


64.52 


11.00 


— 


(5,934) 


151,750 


147,316 


4,434 


48.19 


67.39 


11.41 


— 


(4,923) 


112,171 


112,994 


(823) 


45.93 


64.50 


11.29 


460 


(14,254) 


442,520 


442,041 


479 


47.60 


65.88 


11.71 


682 


(11,269) 


386,430 


377,035 


9,395 


48.01 


67.10 


11.42 


— 


(123,020) 


2,624,908 


2,632,339 


(7,431) 


45.70 


65.32 


10.82 


4,753 


(24,262) 


568,907 


569,289 


(382) 


46.53 


64.93 


11.47 


4,008 


(13,747) 


503,576 


503,465 


111 


47.47 


66.45 


11.38 


2,978 


(10,433) 


402,639 


405,462 


(2,823) 


47.53 


66.52 


11.38 


97,071 


(191,880) 


6,584,234 


6,574,059 


10,175 


47.77 


68.40 


10.78 


— 


(2,466) 


49,621 


49,496 


125 


49.10 


67.42 


11.96 


— 


(1,930) 


71,433 


72,161 


(728) 


46.98 


65.82 


11.36 


— 


(7,521) 


212,618 


214,411 


(1,793) 


49.95 


70.61 


11.11 


_ 


(2,927) 


80,176 


79,874 


302 


49.93 


69.10 


11.71 


1,245 


(8,430) 


158,960 


158,663 


297 


45.92 


62.81 


12.09 


2,466 


(10,356) 


287,798 


287,650 


148 


46.94 


66.20 


11.17 


— 


(4,477) 


95,173 


94,921 


252 


48.20 


65.94 


12.08 


— 


(5,652) 


148,290 


149,864 


(1,574) 


46.22 


66.64 


10.60 


_ 


(4,902) 


117,028 


117,876 


(848) 


49.54 


69.59 


11.28 


— 


(4,763) 


83,239 


82,867 


372 


48.79 


64.00 


13.67 


— 


(2,877) 


53,133 


53,499 


(366) 


48.80 


67.47 


11.74 


1,644 


(2,821) 


1 16,724 


116,713 


11 


48.08 


67.52 


11.29 


— 


(3,726) 


121,314 


121,514 


(200) 


50.32 


69.48 


11.78 


19 


(1,602) 


24,768 


24,892 


(124) 


48.25 


65.66 


12.26 


— 


(889) 


20,480 


20,155 


325 


49.59 


66.01 


13.06 


601 


(44,942) 


458,753 


458,533 


220 


42.64 


63.27 


9.97 


— 


(550,362) 


8,945,478 


8,942,195 


3,283 


44.77 


65.10 


10.41 


1,109 


(13,723) 


317,954 


317,576 


378 


46.30 


63.75 


11.88 


713 


(28,045) 


636,519 


631,268 


5,251 


45.98 


64.73 


11.22 


10,168 


(4,132,370) 


67,582,037 


67,996,189 


(414,152) 


44.30 


65.54 


10.03 


— 


(3,128) 


117,884 


116,740 


1,144 


50.64 


68.30 


12.57 


— 


(69,290) 


1,685,858 


1,693,591 


(7,733) 


46.02 


66.64 


10.50 




(6,489) 


150,052 


152,863 


(2,811) 


45.97 


64.43 


11.34 



66 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF THE ALLOCATION OF CHARGES 

for the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Primary Power & 

Energy Supplied 

During Year 

(Principal Bases for 
Allocation) 



Average of 

Monthly 
Peak Loads 



Energy 



Common 

Demand 

Functions 

(Note 1) 



Energy at 
3.25 Mills 

PER KWH 

(Note 5) 



Transformation 
and Metering 

(Note 2) 



Stage I 



Stage II 



Uxbridge 

Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities. 



kW 
3,779.2 
1,461.6 
46,293.0 
1,174.2 
7,507.0 

20,233.7 

372.6 

581.1 

1,604.4 

2,218.9 

2,448.7 

65,370.5 

1,793.1 

736.8 

413.5 

49,818.4 

754.9 

1,152.6 

1,663.7 

789.8 

1,502.3 

34,341.8 

2,747.2 

388.0 

3,126.0 

300.6 

262,688.5 

5,041.9 

3,762.6 

40,351.3 

512.1 

1,328.7 

116,959.0 

932.0 

;,236,773.5 



kWh '000 

21,518.7 

8,012.4 

290,926.7 

6,891.2 

43,229.5 

128,940.7 
2,142.0 
3,434.6 
8,387.4 
12,766.0 

11,983.4 
407,536.7 
9,039.1 
4,315.2 
2,295.0 

297,732.6 
3,773.4 
6,424.4 
8,645.8 
4,690.8 

8,156.4 

209,697.9 

15,647.1 

2,164.8 
18,611.9 

1,492.1 

1,655,892.3 

29,357.7 

23,404.3 

237,241.9 

2,988.3 

7,666.0 

757,434.9 

5,064.0 

51,849,832.8 



$ 
172,144 

66,576 
2,108,648 

53,486 
341,947 

921,645 
16,975 
26,472 
73,083 

101,074 

111,538 

2,977,629 
81,677 
33,564 
18,835 

2,269,229 
34,387 
52,504 
75,782 
35,977 

68,432 

1,564,271 

125,135 

17,673 
142,389 

13,694 

11,965,463 

229,660 

171,390 

1,838,004 

23,329 

60,523 

5,327,482 

42,455 

375,185,671 



$ 

69,936 

26,041 
945,512 

22,396 
140,496 

419,058 

6,962 

11,163 

27,259 

41,490 

38,946 

1,324,494 

29,377 

14,024 

7,459 

967,631 
12,264 
20,879 
28,099 
15,245 

26,509 

681,518 

50,853 

7,036 

60,489 

4,850 

5,381,650 

95,413 

76,064 

771,036 

9,712 

24,915 

2,461,664 

16,458 

168,512,017 



$ 
12,120 

4,591 
148,455 

3,689 
24,074 

64,887 
1,171 
1,826 
5,040 
6,971 

7,725 
4,283 
5,652 
2,315 
1,326 

159,761 
2,371 
3,621 
5,226 
2,481 

4,730 
110,130 
8,810 
1,219 
9,881 

964 

842,407 

16,168 

12,067 

129,402 

1,609 

4,174 

375,071 

2,928 

24,460,217 



5,493 
4,413 



1,401 
2,184 
6,030 
8,339 

7,314 

5,671 
2,769 



2,837 
4,332 
6,253 
2,968 



5,C 



1,458 
8,235 



1,925 
4,994 



3,503 
1,114,136 



Sec notes page 68 



Allocations of Charges for Primary Power 



67 



FOR PRIMARY POWER TO MUNICIPALITIES 

December 31, 1974 







Charges for 


Amounts 








Special 


Return 


Primary 


Billed at 


Balance 


Demand 




Facilities 


on Equity 


Power 


Interim 


(Refunded) 


Charge 


Total Charge for 


(Note 3) 


(Note 4) 


Allocated 


Rates 


or Charged 


(Note 6) 


Primary Power 
















Mills 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ per kW 


$ per kW 


per kWh 


55 


(10,324) 


243,931 


246,690 


(2,759) 


46.04 


64.55 


11.34 


— 


(2,755) 


99,946 


99,708 


238 


50.56 


68.38 


12.47 


35,573 


(49,868) 


3,188,320 


3,159,533 


28,787 


48.45 


68.87 


10.96 


— 


(2,492) 


81,492 


80,934 


558 


50.33 


69.40 


11.83 


9,201 


(17,020) 


498,698 


495,486 


3,212 


47.72 


66.43 


11.54 


6,094 


(66,917) 


1,344,767 


1,346,026 


(1,259) 


45.75 


66.46 


10.43 


81 


(1,171) 


25,419 


25,401 


18 


49.53 


68.21 


11.87 


— 


(1,676) 


39,969 


40,339 


(370) 


49.57 


68.77 


11.64 


— 


(3,124) 


108,288 


109,248 


(960) 


50.50 


67.49 


12.91 


— 


(5,998) 


151,876 


152,301 


(425) 


49.75 


68.44 


11.90 


376 


(7,903) 


157,996 


155,765 


2,231 


48.62 


64.52 


13.18 


— 


(117,823) 


4,188,583 


4,192,207 


(3,624) 


43.81 


64.07 


10.28 


786 


(7,505) 


115,658 


116,033 


(375) 


48.12 


64.50 


12.80 


— 


(1,917) 


50,755 


50,777 


(22) 


49.85 


68.88 


11.76 


— 


(667) 


26,953 


27,315 


(362) 


47.14 


65.18 


11.74 


_ 


(132,140) 


3,264,481 


3,275,586 


(11,105) 


46.10 


65.53 


10.96 


— 


(2,919) 


48,940 


49,838 


(898) 


48.58 


64.83 


12.97 


— 


(3,865) 


77,471 


78,130 


(659) 


49.10 


67.21 


12.06 


— 


(6,769) 


108,591 


108,370 


221 


48.38 


65.27 


12.56 


— 


(2,300) 


54,371 


54,105 


266 


49.54 


68.84 


11.59 


_ 


(5,106) 


99,646 


98,418 


1,228 


48.68 


66.33 


12.22 


28,717 


(64,974) 


2,319,662 


2,291,761 


27,901 


47.70 


67.55 


11.06 


40 


(7,602) 


177,236 


176,673 


563 


46.00 


64.52 


11.33 


— 


(1,581) 


25,805 


25,918 


(113) , 


48.37 


66.51 


11.92 


1,732 


(7,609) 


215,117 


212,056 


3,061 


49.47 


68.82 


11.56 


_ 


(989) 


18,519 


18,596 


(77) 


45.47 


61.60 


12.41 


1,083 


(792,834) 


17,397,769 


17,427,373 


(29,604) 


45.74 


66.23 


10.51 


1,676 


(14,827) 


328,090 


317,594 


10,496 


46.15 


65.07 


11.18 


— 


(11,623) 


247,898 


251,024 


(3,126) 


45.67 


65.88 


10.59 


— 


(120,840) 


2,617,602 


2,633,711 


(16,109) 


45.76 


64.87 


11.03 


_ 


(1,573) 


35,002 


34,798 


204 


49.38 


68.34 


11.71 


100 


(2,977) 


91,729 


92,043 


(314) 


50.28 


69.04 


11.97 


— 


(378,171) 


7,786,046 


7,833,720 


(47,674) 


45.52 


66.57 


10.28 


— 


(3,044) 


62,300 


62,271 


29 


49.18 


66.84 


12.30 


1,692,010 


(20,431,277) 


550,532,774 


551,316,353 


(783,579) 


46.38 


66.84 


10.62 



68 Appendix II— Finance 

Notes 

1. Certain functions in the production and supply of power are considered to be used by all customers in relation to demand requirements. 
Therefore the associated charges are allocated at a common rate to all customers. 

2. Stage I transformation and metering charges are those associated with transformation at high-voltage stations from 1 15 kV to a voltage 
less than 1 15 kV but exceeding 10 kV. These charges are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers requiring the service. 

Stage II transformation and metering charges are those associated with transformation atlow-voltage stations from 44 kV, 27.6 kV, 
13.8 kV, or similar voltages to a delivery voltage of less than 10 kV. These charges are allocated on a kilowatt basis to all customers 
requiring the service. 

3. Special facilities charges are those associated with low-voltage line facilities located within a municipality's or local system's boundaries 
that serve only that customer. Also included in this category are charges for providing standby services, adjustments for the net surpluses 
or deficits arising from power contracts containing unusual rates or supply conditions, and reductions allowed for interruptible power. 

4. Return on equity is calculate d at 3.33% on equities accumulated through debt retirement charges, after giving recognition to direct 
customers' contributions for debt retirement prior to 1966. Th e charge for providing the return on equity is included in common demand 
c harge s. ' " 

5. The portion of the charges attributable to producing energy, rather than meeting demand requirements, has been classified as energy 
charges. For allocation purposes, this charge has been established at 3.25 mills per kWh. 

6. The demand charge is the per kilowatt rate for primary power, exclusive of energy charges. 

7. The asterisk beside a name indicates that the utility operates its own generating facilities to supply part of its power requirement. 

8. The amount appropriated for stabilization of rates and contingencies as shown on the Statement of Operations consists of: 

$ '000 
Appropriations 

In common demand charges 47,672 

Included in retail distribution charges 2,370 

Surplus retail customers 1,903 

Surplus direct customers 1,080 

53,025 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



69 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1974 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 
Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 
Amherstburg 
Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill . 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikoken Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore 
Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 
Bath 

Beachburg 
Beachville 
Beamsville . 
Beaverton 
Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 
Blenheim 
Bloomfield . 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon . 

Bolton 

Bothwell 
Bowmanville 

Bracebridge . 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 
Brantford 



$ 
804,787 

81,098 
807,633 
400,578 

69,170 

400,757 
240,229 
80,393 
691,314 
329,42 1 

25,172 
61,702 
698,636 
171,826 
87,083 

428,615 
804,085 
17,758 
671,505 
153,048 

189,856 
164,179 
3,058,279 
69,552 
56,147 

39,614 
385,314 
275,397 
208,068 
112,863 

168,704 

3,567,193 

74,055 

331,044 

83,500 

127,670 

123,868 

222,215 

97,354 

1,226,688 

89,255 

296,187 

151,834 

3,069,005 

8,973,304 



$ 

47,548 

3,783 

104,035 

31,905 

8,569 

29,046 
21,370 
2,603 
48,819 
20,133 

1,199 
2,459 
57,909 
14,861 
5,996 

24,617 
82,224 
1,263 
42,992 
11,169 

7,562 
15,630 
309,128 
7,479 
4,979 

3,525 
20,908 
19.963 
15,594 

6,772 

17,059 

266,836 

8,244 

21,574 

4,760 



12,433 

27,572 

5,146 

86,940 

19,432 

23,003 

11,870 

338,020 

492,625 



$ 
852,335 

84,881 
911,668 
432,483 

77,739 

429,803 
261,599 
82,996 
740,133 
349,554 

26,371 
64,161 
756,545 
186,687 
93,079 

453,232 
886,309 
19,021 
714,497 
164,217 

197,418 
179,809 

3,367,407 
77,031 
61,126 

43,139 
406,222 
295,360 
223,662 
119,635 

187,722 

3,834,029 

82,299 

352,618 

88,260 

135,758 
136,301 
249,787 
102,500 
1,313,628 

108,687 

319,190 

163,704 

3,407,025 

9,465,929 



70 



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STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1974 



Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brockville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville . 
Burk's Falls 

Burlington 
Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford 
Campbellville 

Cannington . 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carleton Place 
Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 
Chapleau Twp. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth . . . 

Chesley 

Chesterville . 
Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane ... 

Colborne 

Coldwater 

Collingwood 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 
Cottam 

Courtright 
Creemore 
Dashwood . . . 
Deep River 
Delaware 



$ 
977,892 

34,508 
150,090 

64,536 
263,202 

2,650,700 
129,485 
139,796 
42,121 
89,934 

4,691,981 

44,471 

211,901 

122,700 

30,764 

131,705 
242,979 
143,922 
737,762 
92,985 

102,042 
53,370 

124,852 

4,156,503 

51,313 

274,455 
242,715 
220,184 
76,188 
420,524 

88,606 

1,583,454 

297,397 

155,253 

116,040 

1,399,303 
88,642 
103,821 

70,747 
52,572 

44,750 
101,653 

65,840 
355,881 

42,949 



$ 
107,430 
2,039 
10,634 
2,339 
19,512 

178,183 
5,932 
6,120 
1,834 
8,382 

632,953 

3,226 

12,522 

20,824 

2,065 

8,445 
19,314 

7,014 
33,782 

9,944 

5,845 
5,024 
19,029 

277,722 
2,743 

11,584 
13,808 
16,279 
3,974 
20,151 

6,167 
128,124 
35,314 
11,844 

6,703 

127,609 
3,866 

11,790 
5,123 
2,917 

2,575 
5,928 
3,323 
38,132 
2,412 



$ 
1,085,322 
36,547 
160,724 
66,875 
282,714 

2,828,883 
135,417 
145,916 
43,955 
98,316 

5,324,934 

47,697 

224,423 

143,524 

32,829 

140,150 
262,293 
150,936 
771,544 
102,929 

107,887 
58,394 

143,881 

4,434,225 

54,056 

286,039 
256,523 
236,463 
80,162 
440,675 

94,773 

1,711,578 

332,711 

J 67,097 

'122,743 

1,526,912 
92,508 
115,611 
75,870 

55,489 

47,325 
107,581 

69,163 
394,013 

45,361 



Equities A ccumulated by Municipalities 



71 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1974 



Delhi 

Deseronto 
Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drumbo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 
Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erie Beach 

Erieau 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls 
Fergus 

Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frankford 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend 
Grand Valley 

Granton 

Gravenhurst 
Grimsby 



$ 
354,460 
175,777 
79,369 
93,803 
320,615 

52,772 

407,578 

48,414 

132,411 

1,495,543 

701,184 

295,641 

110,897 

9,636,665 

71,127 

788,152 
129,132 
40,728 
233,793 

83,327 

80,644 
15,645 
85,596 
93,910 
231,655 

360,383 

25,503,558 

441,944 

55,723 

830,939 

53,446 

72,517 

179,220 

325,058 

104,082 

5,052,766 
1,401.801 
158,234 
1,663,078 
1,137,527 

123,085 
107,639 
38,660 
461,387 
443,124 



$ 
25,582 
14,756 
4,835 
5,546 
20,097 

2,216 
37,321 
2,520 
9,239 
100,173 

36,002 

16,348 

3,599 

641,810 

6,919 

54,274 
8,677 
1,612 

13,983 
4,278 

12,436 

937 

3,985 

12.176 

31,978 

25,729 
2,374,115 
25,417 
13,780 
68,645 

2,819 
5,522 
11,387 
17,467 
9,243 

330,049 
109,123 

10,590 
298,187 

66,372 

7,722 

5,963 

1,939 

26,726 

34,471 



6,323 



$ 
380,042 
190,533 
84,204 
99,349 
340,712 

54,988 

444,899 

50,934 

141,650 

1,595,716 

737,186 

311,989 

1 14,496 

10,278,475 

78,046 

842,426 
137,809 

42,340 
247,776 

87,605 

93,080 
16,582 
89,581 
106,086 
263,633 

392,435 

27,877,673 

467,361 

69,503 

899,584 

56,265 
78,039 
190,607 
342,525 
113,325 

5,382,815 
1,510,924 
168,824 
1,961,265 
1,203,899 

130,807 
113,602 
40,599 
488,113 
477,595 



72 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1974 



Guelph 

Hagersville 

Hamilton 

Hanover 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 
Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 

Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

L'Orignal 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 
Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 
Markdale 



7,224,845 

450,023 

65,199,479 

804,137 

280,979 

294,992 
82,841 
119,608 
550,030 
306,266 

167,256 

1,195,717 

56,620 

22,619 

573,896 

1,269,190 
122,695 
102,222 
418,458 
317,399 

342,930 

38,534 

476,323 

99,880 

6,199,985 

426,139 

23,352 

13,745,616 

60,903 

247,513 

163,446 
74,646 
56,286 
97,086 

22,156 

1,208,344 

1,746,615 

716,973 

21,853,459 

131,156 

183,574 
69,854 

166,645 
13,662 

135,396 



$ 

575,466 

14,850 

4,175,528 

55,413 

13,793 

15,183 

5,466 

6,158 

104,475 

45,592 

10,992 
72,007 

2,728 

1,067 

31,727 

50,962 

8,086 

5,038 

42,823 

21,030 

68,576 
3,300 

31,021 

8,919 

430,472 

30,493 

1,410 

966,909 

7,383 

16,174 

11,060 
4,829 
3,260 
6,033 

2,525 

76,580 

118,069 

49,712 

1,578,840 

7,730 

7,643 
2,948 

10,534 
1,217 

10,210 



1.494 



$ 

7,800,311 

464,873 

69,375,007 

859,550 

294,772 

310,175 
88,307 
125,766 
654,505 
351,858 

178,248 

1,267,724 

59,348 

23,686 

605,623 

1,320,152 
130,781 
107,260 
461,281 

338,429 

411,506 

41,834 

507,344 

108,799 

6,630,457 

456,632 

24,762 

14,712,525 

68,286 

263,687 

174,506 
79,475 
59,546 

103,119 
24,681 

1,284,924 

1,864,684 

768,179 

23,432,299 

138,886 

191,217 
72,802 

177,179 
14,879 

145,606 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



73 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1974 



Markham 
Marmora 
Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp. 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville . . . 
Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga . 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 
Morrisburg 
Mount Brydges 
Mount Forest 

Napanee 

Nepean Twp. . 
Neustadt 
New Hamburg 
Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

Newmarket 
Niagara 

Niagara Falls 
Nipigon Twp. 
North Bay 
North York 
Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 



$ 
637,875 
122,042 
26,037 
59,770 
102,240 

93,709 

525.160 

77.502 

66.144 

1,781,446 

79,652 

69,457 

881.467 

230.539 

11,463.076 

397,026 

52,727 
197.329 

75,975 
373,227 

643.783 
2.937,130 

57,898 

353,126 

16.710 

35,905 

34,550 

147,941 

912,252 

329.730 

6,124.448 
254.384 

3.798.148 

28.506,750 

210,045 

108.519 

6.453,956 

99.553 

68,189 

670,938 

1,007.333 

80,932 

11,664,783 

24,809.896 

74,658 



$ 
87,414 
7.582 
1.206 
7,226 
5.903 

5.129 

35,346 

3.762 

5,607 

107.382 

4.600 

4.804 

72.212 

9.945 

1.813.784 

23.803 
2.628 

14.279 
4,741 

24,937 

35,158 

500,361 

2,878 

23,397 

1,741 

2,777 
2,052 
12.416 
87,346 
18,252 

343,148 

16,685 

350.026 

3.584,856 

8,326 

7,251 

706,366 

2,145 

4,093 

63.134 

147,017 

6.656 

913,647 

2,736,376 

3.510 



$ 
725.289 
129,624 
27,243 
66,996 
108,143 

98,838 

560,506 

81,264 

71,751 

1,888,828 

84,252 

74,261 

953,679 

240,484 

13,276,860 

420,829 
55,355 

211.608 
80,716 

398,164 

678,941 

3,437,491 

60.776 

376,523 

18,451 

38,682 

36,602 

160,357 

999,598 

347.982 

6,467,596 

271,069 

4,148,174 

32,091,606 

218,371 

115,770 

7,160,322 

101.698 

72,282 

734,072 

1,154,350 

87,588 

12,578,430 

27,546,272 

78,168 



74 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1974 



Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petrolia 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville 

Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridgetown 

Rip'ey 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

Sandwich West Twp. 



2,489,006 
105,581 
281,823 
810,082 
177,143 

354,685 
241,253 
529,501 
818,789 
6,892,810 

556,113 
94,384 

696,323 
58,545 

112,304 

841,115 

44,902 

1,513,180 

1,543,729 

344,595 
313,320 
1,330,286 
161,702 
275,269 

68,732 

270,101 

623,964 

2,014,830 

10,536 



62,820 
66,833 
110,514 
558,207 

113,662 

1,307,156 

331,983 

75,434 

147,388 

90,655 
111,331 
32,097 
63,837 
422,409 



$ 

150,529 

7,159 

11,495 

41,839 

9,103 

36,528 
71,267 
35,544 
49,227 
448,443 

21,397 

12,105 

31,677 

6,055 

6,097 
49,950 

2,835 
94,603 
126,305 

14,849 
36,147 
93,654 
9,880 
22,617 

3,163 

10,223 

34,256 

137,416 

691 

2,933 
2,755 
7,046 
6,996 
48,566 

13,704 
136,446 
17,658 
4,047 
18,762 

5,175 
4,924 
1,736 
4,495 
58,136 



2.639,535 
112,740 
293,318 
851,921 
186,246 

391,213 
312,520 
565,045 
868,016 
7,341,253 

577,510 
106,489 
728,000 
64,600 

118,401 

891,065 

47,737 

1,607,783 

1,670,034 

359,444 
349,467 
1,423,940 
171,582 
297,886 

71,895 

280,324 

658,220 

2.152,246 

11,227 

71,381 
65,575 
73,879 
117,510 
606,773 

127,366 

1,443,602 

349,641 

79,481 

166.150 

95,830 
116,255 
33,833 
68,332 
480.545 



Equities Accumulated by Municipalities 



75 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1974 



Sarnia 

Scarborough 

SchreiberTwp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 

Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

South Grimsby Twp 

South River 

Southampton 

Springfield 

St. Catharines 

St. Clair Beach 

St. George 

St. Jacobs 

St. Mary's 

St. Thomas 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

StourTville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streetsville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorndale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 



10,252,797 

19,724,342 

164,867 

356,827 

201.419 

1,442.515 
286,296 

1,347,937 
91,747 
41,438 

260,579 

55.176 

14,506.584 

113,919 

108.760 

139.105 
1,129.016 
3,532,330 

190.353 

157.779 

450.073 
358.114 
3.963,409 
779.038 
433,280 

316,635 

5.840.523 

79.350 

60,588 

240.672 

93,600 
273,627 
330,506 
143.624 
202.888 

157.121 
153.861 
92,999 
85,452 
117.832 

52,021 

28,614 

1.465.669 

23,521.740 

441.739 



398,842 

2.319,782 

12,141 

14,338 

18.541 

100,463 
20,019 

76,858 
5,155 
6,802 

22,218 

2,185 

1,142.477 

9.667 

6.266 

10,043 
29.303 
190.807 
13.044 
10,074 

38,911 
33.358 
232,766 
50.756 
43.899 

35.064 
557.608 
4,263 
6,287 
17,441 

6,721 
14,661 
25,182 

8,361 
12,890 

9,742 
7,534 
4,562 
10,014 
10.114 

2.185 

1.797 

42.001 

795.991 

28.893 



10,651.639 

22,116.145 

177,008 

371,165 

219.960 

1.542.978 
306,315 

1,424,795 
96,902 
48,240 

282,797 

57,361 

15,649,061 

123,586 

115.026 

149,148 

1,158,319 

3.723,137 

203,397 

167,853 



391,472 

4,196,175 

829,794 

477,179 

351,699 

6.398,131 

83,613 

66,875 

258,113 

100.321 
288,288 
355,688 
151.985 
215,778 

166,863 
161,395 
97,561 
95,466 
127,946 

54,206 

30,411 

1,507,670 

24,317,731 

470,632 



76 



Appendix II— Finance 



STATEMENT OF EQUITIES ACCUMULATED BY MUNICIPALITIES 
THROUGH DEBT RETIREMENT APPROPRIATIONS 



for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Municipality 



Balance at 
December 31, 1973 



Additions in the 

Year through 
Debt Retirement 
Appropriations 



Equities 
Transferred 

through 
Annexations 



Balance at 
December 31, 1974 



Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 

VankleekHill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour . . . 
Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

Welland 

Wellesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total Municipalities 



$ 

899,626 

133,978,880 

100,288 

2,218,718 

207,473 

329,097 

86,144 

1,525,897 

79,247 

541,361 

2,145,833 
37,831 
53,840 
98,125 
192,438 

254,369 

3,726,730 

242,359 

61,430 

20,228 

4,224,252 

94,358 

124,889 

218,827 

74,029 

164,902 

2,045,154 

244,543 

51,245 

243,431 

31,819 

25,516,553 

476,398 

374,969 

3,878,597 

50,864 

94,909 

12,156,302 

98,336 



658,203,583 



$ 

56,965 

5,973,200 

9,998 

146,545 

13,491 

21,892 

8,467 

268,158 

6,802 

43,485 

117,206 
2,159 
3,366 
9,294 
12,854 

14,184 
378,666 

10,387 
4,268 
2,395 

288,579 
4,373 
6,677 
9,637 
4,575 

8.703 

198,929 

15,913 

2,248 
18,108 

1,741 

1,521,653 

29,206 

21,796 

233,740 

2,967 

7,697 

677,498 

5,399 



47,712,502 



81,797 



$ 

956,591 

139,952,080 

110,286 

2,365,263 

220.964 

350,989 

94,611 

1,794,055 

86,049 

584,846 

2,263,039 

39,990 

57,206 

107,419 

205,292 

268,553 
4,105,396 

252,746 
65,698 
22,623 

4,512,831 

98,731 

131,566 

228,464 

78,604 

173,605 

2,244,083 

260,456 

53,493 

261.539 

33,560 

27,038,206 

505,604 

396.765 

4,112,337 

53,831 

102,606 

12,833,800 

103,735 



For total equities accumulated through debt retirement appropriations see statement on page 30 



APPENDIX HI-RETAIL 



Ontario Hydro provides retail service as^part of its Power District operation, which 
is quite distinct from the municipal electrical utility service, but is viewed as compa- 
rable in scope with the operation of a municipal utility. The service is administered 
through 61 administrative Area Offices which deal primarily with rural customers, 
and through municipal distribution systems owned and operated by Ontario Hydro 
in each of 13 communities where there is no elected or appointed municipal utility 
commission. Statistics relating to service in these 13 communities now included in 
this retail section were formerly grouped with statistical data for the municipal elec- 
trical utilities in the Municipal Service Supplement. Particular attention is, there- 
fore, drawn to the notes supplementary to the statistical tables on pages 83 and 88 
dealing with this change. 

Description of Main Classes of Service 

The farm class includes single-phase or three-phase electrical service to the farm res- 
idence and to all buildings and equipment used in the production and processing of 
farm products. In other words, for purposes of classification, a farm is a residence 
and a business. The business, which is agricultural production on a continuing basis, 
must be carried on at such a level as to ensure that the farm is a viable economic 
unit. 

The term "agricultural production", as used here, includes the work of cultivating 
soil, producing crops and raising livestock, as well as operations in nurseries, fur 
farms, hatcheries and egg production. Properties devoted solely to reforestation pro- 
jects or the raising of Christmas trees, or having extensive acreage but not engaged 
in agricultural production are classified according to their use, but not as farms. 
Small properties of 30 acres and under are classified as residential, unless they are 
operated for some intensive or specialized form of agricultural production, for ex- 
ample fruit farming, poultry raising, market gardening, or nurseries. 

Service may be supplied under one farm service to all separate dwellings located on 
the property and occupied by persons engaged in its operation. Additional dwellings 
occupied by persons otherwise engaged are regarded as residential. 

77 



78 Classes of Service 

Classes of Service Defined 

Residential service is provided to establishments used primarily for living accommo- 
dation and considered to be customer's permanent residence. There are two sub- 
classes of residential service for rate purposes - Group 1(B) covering service in des- 
ignated zones of high customer concentration where there are at least 100 customers 
of any class in a group, with a density of not less than 25 customers per mile of any 
line, and Group 2(R) covering service elsewhere. 

Residential intermittent-occupancy service is provided to any self-contained resi- 
dential establishment which is not regarded as the cutomer's permanent residence, 
where residential occupancy is not continuous throughout a large part of the year, 
but rather, seasonal or intermittent, whether in summer or winter, or both. As in the 
year-round residential class, there are two sub-classes of residential intermittent- 
occupancy service for rate purposes. 

The general class covers service to all community business, processing, or manufac- 
turing establishments supplied with single-phase or three-phase electrical service at 
secondary, rural primary distribution, or subtransmission voltage, exclusive of those 
that fall within the definition of the farm class. 



Appendix III— Retail 



79 



Miles of rural primary line and 
number of customers 



customers 



1964 



800,000 



600,000 



400,000 



200,000 




60,000 



40,000 



20,000 



74 



Annual increase 




2,000 



1,000 



a— 10,000 



80 



Miles of Line and Number of Customers 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1974 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 




Number of Custom 


ERS 




Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or Ail-Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


Niagara Region 

Beamsville 

Brantford 

Cayuga 


614 
864 
759 
411 
1,016 

902 
835 
314 
612 


2,977 
3,033 
2,527 
1,563 
2,878 

3,580 

3,575 

780 

1,193 


7,792 
4,570 
3,656 
7,158 
7,387 

2,322 
5,030 
8,071 
7,367 


140 

59 

2,501 

484 

440 

1,713 

54 

1,309 


911 
802 
672 
690 
1,229 

594 

720 

1,048 

1,013 


11,820 
8,464 
9,356 


Dundas 

Guelph 

Listowel 

Simcoe 

Stoney Creek - 

Welland 


9,411 
11,978 

6,936 
11,038 

9,953 
10,882 


Total 


6,327 


22,106 


53,353 


6,700 


7,679 


89,838 


Central Region 

Bowmanville 

Brampton 

Markham 

Newmarket 


698 
715 
537 
956 


1,574 
1,388 
1,019 
2,664 


6,148 
15,339 
16,833 
16,681 


1,385 

172 

99 

3,000 


702 
1,274 
2,560 
1,822 


9,809 
18,173 
20,511 
24,167 


Total 


2,906 


6,645 


55,001 


4,656 


6,358 


72,660 


Western Region 

Beachville 

Clinton 

East Elgin 

Essex 

Kent 

Lambton 

Strathroy 


1,463 
1,479 
853 
1,141 
1,780 

1,130 
1,580 


5,322 
5,704 
3,606 
5,138 
6,656 

4,132 
5,280 


5,986 
4,254 
6,201 
12,359 
6,672 

6,949 
5,332 


106 
2,258 

160 
2,557 
1,437 

2,069 
62 


1,028 
977 
1,027 
1,460 
1,542 

1,392 
1,066 


12,442 
13,193 
10,994 
21,514 
16,307 

14,542 
11,740 


Total 


9,426 


35,838 


47,753 


8,649 


8,492 


100,732 


Eastern Region 

Arnprior 

Bancroft 

Brockville 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Frankford 

Kingston 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Picton 

Tweed 

Vankleek Hill 


677 
868 
956 
1,441 
677 

944 
1,286 
1,583 
1,631 

803 

995 
1,213 
1,662 


1,247 
515 
2,163 
2,443 
1,595 

2,294 
2,131 
2,704 
2,954 
2,411 

1,288 
3,941 

5,175 


6,970 
2,513 
5,740 
7,648 
4,210 

7,518 
13,158 
5,117 
7,859 
5,174 

3,083 

5,763 

11,160 


2,024 
5,999 
2,447 
3,251 
1,388 

1,152 
3,599 
5,772 
9,144 
1,682 

3,592 

1,539 

671 


846 
512 
916 
1,303 
617 

930 
1,571 
1,009 
1,251 

798 

725 
1,099 
1,424 


11,087 

9,539 

11,266 

14,645 

7,810 

11,894 
20,459 
14,602 
21,208 
10,065 

8,688 
12,342 


Winchester 


18,430 


Total 


14,736 


30,861 


85,913 


42,260 


13,001 


172,035 



Appendix HI— Retail 



81 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1974 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or All- Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


Georgian Bay Region 

Alliston 


965 

605 

1,041 

1,230 

928 

700 

861 

687 

1,666 

885 

659 

564 

1,821 


2,951 

1,298 

230 

2,422 
276 

231 
2,070 
1,063 
4,035 

132 

638 
1,376 
6,512 


3,971 

8,498 
4,496 
5,524 
3,820 

2,686 
4,397 
4,758 
5,931 
2,499 

3,661 

3,519 
4,435 


554 

3,551 

13,475 

8,888 

6,104 

7,763 
526 
5,833 
8,098 
4,907 

8,413 

4,874 
2,974 


547 

1,022 

1,141 

914 

932 

694 
602 
796 
1,392 
660 

699 

668 

1,082 


8,023 


Barrie 

Bracebridge 

Fenelon Falls 


14,369 
19,342 
17,748 


Huntsville 

Minden 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Owen Sound 


11,132 

11,374 

7,595 

12,450 

19,456 


Parry Sound 

Penetanguishene 

Stayner 

Walkerton 


8,198 

13,411 
10,437 
15,003 


Total 


12,612 


23,234 


58,195 


75,960 


11,149 


168,538 


Northeastern Region 

Algoma 

Kapuskasing 

Kirkland Lake 


460 
412 
165 
690 

537 

776 
903 
738 
307 
635 


109 

80 

28 

607 

340 

1,102 

382 

185 

59 

469 


4,404 
4,869 
1,037 

2,723 
1,964 

2,346 
4,328 
16,101 
2,039 
3,392 


649 
554 
624 
1,519 
549 

646 
2,259 
1,905 

408 
2,105 


738 
642 
253 
784 
366 

600 
728 
1,436 
414 
607 


5,900 
6,145 
1,942 


Manitoulin .... 


5,633 


Matheson 

New Liskeard 

North Bay 

Sudbury 

Timmins 

Warren 


3,219 

4,694 
7,697 
19,627 
2,920 
6,573 


Total 


5,623 


3,361 


43,203 


11,218 


6,568 


64,350 


Northwestern Region 

Dryden 

Fort Frances 


594 
711 
171 
407 
1,046 


180 

744 

1 

46 

526 


4,240 
1,668 
1,173 
1,794 
4,432 


660 

633 

92 

2,372 

2,540 


1,065 
536 

374 
535 
917 


6,145 

3,581 


Geraldton 

Kenora 

Thunder Bay 


1,640 
4,747 
8,415 


Total 


2,929 


1,497 


13,307 


6,297 


3,427 


24,528 



82 



Miles of Line and Number of Customers 



MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1974 



Municipal Systems 


Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Operated by 
Ontario Hydro 


Residential 


General 


Total 


Beardmore 

Blind River 


6 
11 
6 

7 
5 

11 

32 
9 

15 
5 

8 
21 

45 


226 
966 
661 
561 
1,016 

962 
4,948 

790 
1,727 

345 

982 
2,080 
8,442 


72 
203 
115 
134 
212 

167 
833 
121 
340 

87 

118 

260 

1,224 


298 
1,169 


Cobalt 

Englehart 

Geraldton 

Haileybury 

Kirkland Lake 


776 

695 

1,228 

1,129 

5,781 


Mattawa 

New Liskeard 

Powassan 

Schumacher 

South Porcupine 

Timmins 


911 

2,067 
432 

1,100 
2,340 
9,666 


Total 


181 


23,706 


3,886 


27,592 



SUMMARY 

MILES OF LINE, NUMBER OF RETAIL CUSTOMERS 

as at December 31, 1974 





Miles 

of 

Primary 

Line 


Number of Customers 


Areas by Regions 


Farm 


Residential 


General 






Continuous 
Occupancy 
or Ail-Year 


Intermittent 
Occupancy 
or Seasonal 


Total 


Niagara 

Central 

Western 

Eastern 

Georgian Bay 


6,327 
2,906 
9,426 
14,736 
12,612 
5,623 
2,929 


22,106 

6,645 

35,838 

30,861 

23,234 

3,361 

1,497 


53,353 
55,001 
47,753 
85,913 
58,195 
43,203 
13,307 


6,700 

4,656 

8,649 

42,260 

75,960 

11,218 

6,297 


7,679 
6,358 
8,492 
13,001 
11,149 
6,568 
3,427 


89,838 

72,660 

100,732 

172,035 

168,538 


Northeastern 

Northwestern 


64,350 
24,528 


Subtotal 

In Ontario Hydro 

Municipal Systems .... 


54,559 
181 


123,542 


356,725 
23,706 


155,740 


56,674 
3,886 


692,681 

27,592 


Total Retail 


54,740 


123,542 


380,431 


155,740 


60,560 


720,273 



Appendix III— Retail 



83 



RETAIL SYSTEM 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use per 
Customer 


per 
kWh 






kWh 


$ 




kWh 


e 


In Areas 














Residential 


1966 


1,570,966,227 


26,365,167 


227,909 


584 


1.68 


Continuous 


1967 


1,797,122,700 


28,967,165 


238,386 


642 


1.61 


Occupancy 


1968 


1,992,463,900 


32,353,023 


245,009 


687 


1.62 




1969 


2,269,511,600 


39,313,409 


264,250 


743 


1.73 




1970 


2,524,131,700 


42,997,823 


276,910 


777 


1.70 




1971 


2,823,061,100 


48,928,583 


294,918 


823 


1.73 




1972 


3,071,166,100 


53,006,796 


305,677 


852 


1.73 




1973 


3,463,326,700 


63,383,382 


334,976 


901 


1.83 




1974 


4,041,675,400 


80,231,199 


356,725 


974 


1.99 


Residential 


1966 


130,845,233 


5,835,789 


120,611 


92 


4.46 


Intermittent 


1967 


148,971,200 


6,229,861 


125,207 


101 


4.18 


Occupancy 


1968 


181,449,700 


6,815,172 


131,003 


118 


3.76 




1969 


208,120,000 


7,645,109 


136,694 


130 


3.67 




1970 


248,058,200 


8,382,464 


141,022 


149 


3.38 




1971 


278,306,300 


9,847,782 


145,830 


162 


3.54 




1972 


289,627,100 


10,245,934 


147,600 


165 


3.54 




1973 


320,235,700 


11,811,664 


153,392 


177 


3.69 




1974 


368,091,500 


12,869,493 


155,740 


198 


3.50 


Farm 


1966 


1,240,088,007 


21,312,377 


133,305 


771 


1.72 




1967 


1,349,750,300 


22,573,596 


132,454 


846 


1.67 




1968 


1,424,332,100 


24,003,192 


130,406 


903 


1.69 




1969 


1,516,768,100 


27,032,992 


129,582 


972 


1.78 




1970 


1,586,725,200 


27,883,776 


128,322 


1,025 


1.76 




1971 


1,657,505,400 


29,642,894 


126,273 


1,085 


1.79 




1972 


1,708,195,100 


30,400,812 


125,356 


1,131 


1.78 




1973 


1,789,115,400 


33,487,121 


124,312 


1,194 


1.87 




1974 


1,896,050,300 


38,980,395 


123,542 


1,275 


2.06 


General 


1966 


478,810,358 


8,654,367 


40,363 


987 


1.81 


Single-Phase 


1967 


515,704,600 


9,077,859 


40,560 


1,062 


1.76 




1968 


562,106,300 


9,887,524 


40,335 


1,158 


1.76 




1969 


643,275,400 


11,690,421 


42,027 


1,302 


1.82 




1970 


705,399,500 


12,659,180 


42,776 


1,386 


1.79 




1971 


750,602,700 


13,636,706 


43,773 


1,445 


1.82 




1972 


897,987,100 


16,087,833 


45,870 


1,670 


1.79 




1973 


977,844,600 


19,202,043 


47,948 


1,737 


1.96 




1974 


949,153,300 


20,371,274 


48,771 


1,636 


2.15 


General 


1966 


964,044,750 


9,909,979 


3,356 


24,245 


1.03 


Three-Phase 


1967 


1,053,614,500 


10,345,693 


3,767 


24,653 


0.98 




1968 


1,141,270,400 


11,425,729 


3,932 


24,706 


1.00 




1969 


1,293,238,800 


13,527,305 


4,500 


25,562 


1.05 




1970 


2,176,499,300 


20,817,237 


5,022 


38,096 


0.96 




1971 


2,395,928,000 


24,906,603 


5,409 


38,282 


1.04 




1972 


2,731,262,400 


28,352,633 


5,712 


40,933 


1.04 




1973 


2,950,943,200 


34,221,040 


6,891 


39,024 


1.16 




1974 


3,074,958,500 


41,926,860 


7,903 


34,642 


1.36 


Street Lighting 


1971 


32,355,300 


452,951 






1.40 




1972 


35,418,500 


495,847 






1.40 




1973 


40,058,500 


560,808 






1,40 




1974 


39,298,500 


620,798 






1.58 



See notes on page 84 



84 



Sales Revenue and Customers 



RETAIL SYSTEM 
ELECTRICITY SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use per 
Customer 


per 
kWh 






kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


In Local Systems 














Residential 


1971 


180,748,300 


2,569,869 


24,614 


616 


1.42 




1972 


186,598,300 


2,757,733 


24,342 


635 


1.48 




1973 


185,805,700 


3,026,519 


23,451 


668 


1.63 




1974 


200,794,100 


3,493,249 


23,706 


710 


1.74 


General 


1971 


123,585,400 


1,820,705 


3,930 


2,589 


1.47 




1972 


143,449,700 


2,151,483 


4,008 


3,012 


1.50 




1973 


148,355,900 


2,435,179 


3,882 


3,196 


1.64 




1974 


161,967,600 


2,816,933 


3,886 


3,475 


1.74 


Street Lighting 


1971 


4,586,300 


63,984 






1.40 




1972 


4,848,500 


67,873 






1.40 




1973 


4,690,500 


65,760 






1.40 




1974 


4,107,900 


57,591 






1.40 



See notes below 



NOTES 

1. Estimated energy use for flat-rate services are included in class totals. 

2. Commencing in 1970, the data for General Three-Phase Service in Areas include customers designated 
as Retail Special. 

3. General Service includes Commercial, Industrial and Small Commercial Services. 

4. Commencing in 1971, miscellaneous revenue from other than energy sales is no longer included in the 
revenue figures quoted on pages 83 and 84. 

5. Data for Ontario Hydro Local systems prior to 1971 were included in the Municipal Utility table on 
page 88. 

6. Street Lighting data prior to 1971 was not compiled on a comparative basis. 

7. The Monthly Use of kilowatt-hours per customer is calculated by dividing the average of the customers 
served at the end of the current and previous year into the current year's kWh sales. 



SUPPLEMENT 



MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL SERVICE 

The 353 municipal electrical utilities associated with the Ontario Hydro co- 
operative undertaking provide retail service in most cities, towns, villages, and cer- 
tain townships. These utilities served 1,872,461 customers in 1974, and the statistics 
presented in graphic and tabular form commencing in 1971 are for these retail cus- 
tomers only. The data for earlier years included that for retail customers served by 
the Corporation in a few municipalities, designated as local systems, in which On- 
tario Hydro owns and operates the distribution facilities. From 1971 onward, data 
for these latter communities appear in the section on Retail Service in Appendix III. 

At the beginning of 1975, 334 municipal utilities were using the general rate for for- 
mer commercial and industrial customers. At that time the customers billed on this 
rate schedule numbered 137,955. For comparison of data in the years before this 
rate was in effect, commercial and industrial customers have been grouped under 
the general service. This grouping makes year-to-year comparison of energy sales 
and revenue approximate only. 

The municipal electrical utilities increased their investment in fixed assets by $77.3 
million to a new total of over $1,127.8 million at the end of 1974. Net income for the 
year, together with depreciation charged, contributed capital, new borrowings, and 
an increase in other liabilities, provided for this increase and increases of about $4.3 
million in current assets and $16.7 million in other assets of the utilities. 

85 



86 



Municipal Electrical Service 



New borrowings amounted to about $8.2 million. After redeeming about $6.5 mil- 
lion of long-term debt, outstanding debt from borrowings showed an increase of 
$ 1 .7 million at December 31,1 974. The sinking fund for redemption of debentures, in 
municipalities which issue sinking-fund debentures, was increased by about $2.6 
million in 1974 to a total of $27.3 million to retire debenture debt at some future 
date. As a result of these changes, the overall ratio of debt to equity declined from 
15:85 in 1973 to 14:86 in 1974. This decrease also reflects the influence of contrib- 
uted capital which increased by $12.6 million to $81.6 million in 1974. 

Total assets of the 353 utilities, at December 31, 1974, amounted to $1,680.9 million 
after deducting accumulated depreciation of $317.7 million. The increase of $120.5 
million over the value of total assets at the end of 1973 includes an increase of $44.2 
million for the equity of the utilities in the assets of Ontario Hydro. This equity 
shown in Statement A at $671.1 million constitutes 39.9 per cent of utility total as- 
sets, and the share of each utility in this total equity represents its accumulated con- 
tributions in the cost of power towards repayment of Ontario Hydro's long-term 
debt. These utility equities and their sum would correspond to those shown on the 
Ontario Hydro schedule of equities accumulated through debt retirement charges if 
these were available when utilities close their books at the end of the year. Since this 
is not possible, the equities shown in Statement A are, with a few exceptions, those 
at the end of 1973 rather than 1974. 



Municipal electrical utilities 

Financing of annual additions to fixed assets 



million 
dollars 
80 



funds from revenue 
(including depreciation) 

funds contributed 

funds borrowed 






f 



I 



" 



* 



1965 



67 



* 






I 

71 



1 






1 






60 



40 



20 



73 



Energy Use and Revenue 



87 



The volume of energy sales by municipal electrical utilities in 1974 rose 5 per cent 
over that for 1973. This increase, together with higher utility rates to recover costs, 
provided an increase of $73.4 million, or 11.5 per cent, over 1973 service revenue. 
Rate increases in 1974 produced an increase of about 6 per cent in this revenue. The 
revenue for each of the classes of service for the years 1973 and 1974 is compared 
below. 



Municipal Revenue 

1974 
Sale of electrical energy 

Residential service $241,837,888 

General service 462,205,739 

Street lighting 7,376,508 

Total service revenue 71 1,420,135 

Miscellaneous revenue 28,118,970 

Total revenue $739,539,105 





Increase 


1973 


Per Cent 


$219,290,605 


10.3 


411,964,102 


12.2 


6,741,395 


9.4 


637,996,102 


11.5 


26,541,627 


5.9 


$664,537,729 





Municipal electrical utilities 
Revenue 



million 
dollars 

800 



1964 



1 



street lighting 
and other 

general 

residential 









1 



L 






a 



U 



66 















L 



i$. 



I 

70 






L 






f 



-'Hi 









72 









600 



400 



200 



74 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY 
ELECTRICITY SALES REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 













Monthly 


Revenue 


Class of Service 


Year 


Sales 


Revenue 


Customers 


Use per 
Customer 


kWh 






kWh 


$ 




kWh 


t 


Residential 


1964 


8,742,950,806 


98,724,259 


1,434,174 


517 


1.13 




1965 


9,423,405,257 


106,738,283 


1,475,590 


540 


1.13 




1966 


10,102,582,788 


1 14,462,536 


1,505,780 


565 


1.13 




1967 


10,796,826,704 


123,236,091 


1,540,505 


591 


1.14 




1968 


11,531,567,252 


137,250,772 


1,565,268 


619 


1.19 




1969 


12,081,214,500 


148,285,270 


1,583,631 


639 


1.23 




1970 


12,723,418,389 


162,817,259 


1,596,367 


667 


1.28 




1971 


13,112,193,740 


175,857,379 


1,586,841 


693 


1.34 




1972 


13,775,879,806 


198,268,553 


1,613,112 


718 


1.44 




1973 


14,263,163,142 


219,290,605 


1,627,774 


734 


1.54 




1974 


14,811,689,136 


241,837,888 


1,654,065 


752 


1.63 


General 


1964 


14,949,338,915 


144,695,451 


149,421 


8,413 


0.97 




1965 


16,657,367,531 


160,547,031 


151,320 


9,231 


0.96 




1966 


17,783,497,589 


172,629,761 


156,269 


9,636 


0.97 




1967 


19,044,822,355 


188,089,257 


164,647 


9,891 


0.99 




1968 


20,963,473,102 


213,030,137 


175,876 


10,260 


1.02 




1969 


22,951,036,688 


238,364,840 


182,940 


10,661 


1.04 




1970 


24,894,193,879 


269,130,236 


198,046 


10,890 


1.08 




1971 


27,078,525,324 


305,161,350 


202,758 


11,260 


1.13 




1972 


30,154,315,895 


352,286,480 


208,683 


12,215 


1.17 




1973 


33,058,492,115 


411,964,102 


214,184 


13,030 


1.25 




1974 


34,897,481,468 


462,205,739 


218,396 


13,445 


1.33 


Street Lighting 


1971 


466,919,134 


6,228,565 






1.33 




1972 


482,795,970 


6,040,001 






1.25 




1973 


507,749,701 


6,741,395 






1.33 




1974 


528,418,006 


7,376,508 






1.40 



Notes: 

1. Estimated energy use for flat-rate services are included in class totals. 

2. Street lighting data prior to 1971 was not compiled on a comparative basis. 

3. Commencing in 1971, data relating to customers served through municipal systems operated by Ontario 
Hydro have been excluded from the above table and have been added to statistics under Retail System. 

4. General Service class includes both Commercial and Industrial Services. 

5. The Monthly Use of kilowatt-hours per customer is calculated by dividing the average of the customers 
served at the end of the current and previous year into the current year's kWh sales. 



Standard Accounting System 89 

Total costs increased by $56.1 million, or 8.8 per cent, over amounts in 1973. Of this 
increase, the cost of power purchased and local generation increased by $42.7 mil- 
lion, operation, maintenance, and administrative costs by $12.9 million, deprecia- 
tion charged by $ 1 .9 million, and other costs decreased by $ 1 .4 million. Net income 
was $45.7 million, $19 million more than in 1973. Ontario Hydro, in exercising its 
control and regulation of the municipal electrical utilities as required by Provincial 
Statute, considers the amount of net income before approving changes in municipal 
utility rates. 

The books of account from which the foregoing financial information is derived are 
kept by the utilities in accordance with a standard accounting system designed by 
Ontario Hydro for use by all municipal electrical utilities. These records are periodi- 
cally inspected by the Corporation's municipal accountants. From time to time ad- 
justments and improvements in accounting procedure and office routine are recom- 
mended as required. By providing this type of assistance and supervision, Ontario 
Hydro seeks to ensure the correct application of rates and standard procedures and 
the observance of a uniform classification of revenues and expenditures. The work 
carried out by the Corporation's municipal accountants on behalf of the utilities 
does not, however, constitute an audit of their accounts. The municipalities must 
make their own arrangements for this audit. 



90 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities 



Year 

Number of Municipal Utilities Included 


1965 

360 

1,595,343 


1966 

358 

1,630,255 


1967 

355 

1,673,104 


1968 

354 

1,709,111 




A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
607,675,682 
148,250,022 


$ 
654,128,175 
164,122,993 


$ 
706,702,798 
182,315,075 


S 
759 163 167 


Less accumulated depreciation 


200,212,484 




459,425,660 
29,195,624 


490,005,182 

12,138,312 
19,530,448 
9,515,323 
23,415,599 


524,387,723 

11,784,458 
21,164,511 

9,039,413 
23,168,868 

1,834,703 


558 950 683 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


11,554,954 

27,957,092 

8,252,468 

27 549 947 


9,749,732 
18,398,616 




1,488,012 










57,343,972 

12,648,044 
7,740,863 
8,782,008 


64,599,682 

14,192,035 
9,073,286 
10,162,656 


66,991,953 

15,803,084 
11,099,516 
10,185,521 


76,802,473 

15,883,122 
11,969,393 
11 696 011 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 








29,170,915 
378,707,011 


33,427,977 
406,329,792 


37,088,121 
439,046,394 


39 548 526 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


464,803,659 




924,647^58 


994362,633 


1,067314,191 


1,140,105341 




DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 


92,106,967 


97,299,929 


99,973,438 


108 216 271 


















92,106,967 

17,815,810 
10,515,302 


97,299,929 

21,534,264 
10,693,822 


99,973,438 

28,417,741 
8,671,660 


108 216 271 


LIABILITIES 


40,797,753 
13 611 744 










28,331,112 

101,145,958 
7,740,863 

300,558,283 
13,901,342 
2,156,022 


32,228,086 

105,895,961 
9,073,286 

323,795,867 
17,897,107 
1,842,605 


37,089,401 

1 10,647,680 
11,099,516 

345,444,966 

22,754,217 
1,458,579 


54 409 497 


EQUITY 


116 735 092 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in plant 

or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


11,969,393 

355,282,175 

27,350,519 

1,338,735 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


425,502,468 
378,707.011 


458,504,826 
406,329,792 


491,404,958 
439,046,394 


512,675,914 
464,803,659 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


924,647,558 


994362,633 


1,067314,191 


1,140,105341 












B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 


272,214,069 
7,176,496 


292,499,953 
8,640,589 


316.856,666 
9,690,237 


355,980,197 


Miscellaneous 


10,952,677 


Total revenue 


279390365 


301,140342 


326,546,903 


366,932,874 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


184,480.710 
571,767 
21,920,862 
21,816,697 
10,222,785 
17,744,672 
78,450 


201,058,552 
612.063 
23.123,145 
23.762,160 
11,045,582 
19,352,182 
92,300 „ 


220,454,314 
708.788 
25,552,916 
26,050,076 
12,131,296 
21,137,680 
57,309 


252.555.717 

749,020 

28,713.279 

29 316 059 




Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


13,359,494 

22,018,755 

67,422 


Total expense 


256335,943 


279,045,984 


306,092379 


346,779,746 




22354,622 


22,094,558 


20,454324 


20,153,128 





Statements A and B 



91 



Consolidated Financial Statements 1965-1974 



1969 


1970 


1971 


1972 


1973 


1974 


354 


353 


353 


353 


353 


353 


1,738,512 


1,766,086 


1,789,599 


1,821,795 


1,841,958 


1,872,461 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


815,382,191 


866,551,765 


921,558,139 


982,727,779 


1,050,510,249 


1,127,845,090 


219,237,998 


238,749,590 


257,488,023 


275,053,201 


295,645,842 


317,736,586 


596,144,193 


627,802,175 


664,070,116 


707,674,578 


754,864,407 


810,108,504 


12,739,781 


11,889,717 


14,698,217 


20,189,935 


17,271,409 


17,069,199 


23,006,015 


29340,687 


30,408,110 


34,361,115 


37,882,051 


39,216,408 


7,844,003 


5,827,448 


5,272,152 


5,133,856 


4,692,984 


3,941,154 


31,285,055 


32,352,591 


36,133,163 


44,081,793 


47,931,017 


52,321,061 


3,029,452 


2,928,405 


3,196,264 


3,170,023 


4,235,553 


3,792,226 


77,904,306 


82,338,848 


89,707,906 


106,936,722 


112,013,014 


116,340,048 


17,486,722 


18,107,495 


18,556,619 


20,701,911 


22,720,335 


36,424,909 


13,651,400 


15,859,915 


17,834,443 


20,615,968 


24,737,545 


27,297,677 


14,171,097 


14,822,683 


17,868,993 


15,512,583 


19,185,690 


19,654,847 


45,309,219 


48,790,093 


54,260,055 


56,830,462 


66,643,570 


83,377,433 


492,190,861 


520,667,796 


552,515,442 


587,606,219 


626,886,194 


671,088,687 


1,211,548,579 


1,279398,912 


1360,553,519 


1,459,047,981 


1,560,407,185 


1,680,914,672 


115,947,129 


117,438,918 


121,562,154 


122,967,025 


123,477,707 


124,962,937 








1,189,080 


1,343,259 


1 515 741 










115,947,129 


117,438,918 


121,562,154 


124,156,105 


124,820,966 


126,478,678 


48,349,939 


50,925,570 


57,209,863 


64,349,460 


73,849,720 


83,092,574 


14,857,102 


15,748,438 


17,823,374 


16,238,438 


20,595,099 


21,374,804 


63,207,041 


66,674,008 


75,033,237 


80,587,898 


94,444,819 


104,467,378 


122,655,357 


128,751,301 


134,884,232 


141,415,655 


148,111,734 


154,611,276 


13,651,400 


15,859,915 


17,834,443 


20,615,968 


24,737,545 


27,297,677 


369,349,157 


388,752,020 


408,399,919 


445,801,618 


470,065,391 


513,412,651 


33,201,470 


40,387,679 


49,263,494 


57,902,775 


69,030,143 


81,592,486 


1,346,164 


1,067,275 


1,060,598 


961,743 


2,310,393 


1,965,839 


540,203,548 


574,818,190 


611,442,686 


666,697,759 


714,255,206 


778,879,929 


492,190,861 


520,667,796 


552,515,442 


587,606,219 


626,886,194 


671,088,687 


1,211,548,579 


1,279,598,912 


1360,553,519 


1,459,047,981 


1,560,407,185 


1,680,914,672 


393,604,382 


439,342,533 


487,247,297 


556,595,034 


637,996,102 


711,420,135 


13,420,863 


14,908,233 


22,258,811 


24,158,685 


26,541,627 


28,118,970 


407,025,245 


454,250,766 


509,506,108 


580,753,719 


664,537,729 


739,539,105 


288,156,598 


325,567,580 


373,906,802 


419,458,744 


508,212,216 


550,814,374 


813,078 


877,188 


967,032 


1,013,587 


999,948 


1,080,488 


30,231,314 


33,066,815 


35,900,479 


38,769,966 


41,686,082 


48,091,376 


32,811,759 


34,289,142 


36,375,738 


36,226,052 


38,710,621 


44,965,100 


14,683,093 


15,530,872 


15,796,567 


16,146,289 


16,575,465 


16,820,625 


23,592,618 


24,729,702 


26,024,776 


27,904,709 


29,437,838 


31,346,995 


68,910 


66,934 


25,000 


2,124,612 


2,201,227 


752,637 


390357370 


434,128,233 


488,996394 


541,643,959 


637,823397 


693,871395 


16,667,875 


20,122333 


20309,714 


39,109,760 


26,714332 


45,667310 



92 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Acton 
2,068 


Ailsa Craig 
271 


Ajax 
4,255 


Alexandria 
1,329 


Alfred 
395 


AJliston 




1,537 






A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


S 

1,111,438 
200,064 


$ 

101,472 
19,243 


$ 

2,782,562 
775,253 


$ 

651,435 
244,816 


S 

132,759 
62,944 


$ 
580,925 


Less accumulated depreciation 


199,123 




911,374 

48,303 

3,000 
15,484 


82,229 
6,146 

5,897 


2,007,309 

130,436 
50,000 

60,818 
9,050 


406,619 

13,908 
83,000 

7,222 


69,815 

24,366 
5,000 

4,978 


381,802 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


12,742 

98,000 

25,000 

7,713 




66,787 
2,216 


12,043 


250,304 
65,740 
38,517 


104,130 
27,290 
4,287 


34,344 
519 


143,455 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 


19,341 












2,216 
804,787 


81,098 


104,257 
807,633 


31,577 
400,578 


519 
69,170 


19,341 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


400,757 




1,785,164 


175,370 


3,169,503 


942,904 


173,848 


945355 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


9,000 


- 


497,600 


38,800 


2,500 


- 








9,000 

80,341 
6,783 


5,125 
297 


497,600 

210,393 
102,543 


38,800 

35,837 
20,268 


2,500 

12,203 
1,694 




LIABILITIES 


44,374 




7,680 








87,124 
74,939 

558,000 
251,314 


5,422 
6,883 

77,081 
4,886 


312,936 
396,345 

674,957 
480,032 


56,105 
64,278 

375,388 
7,755 


13,897 
35,500 

50,798 
1,983 


52,054 


EQUITY 


29,990 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


374,637 
87,917 


Total utility equity 


884,253 
804,787 


88,850 
81,098 


1,551,334 
807,633 


447,421 
400.578 


88,281 
69,170 


492,544 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


400,757 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,785,164 


175370 


3,169,503 


942^04 


173,848 


945355 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


617,390 
18,897 


56,147 
2,459 


1,593,845 
41,589 


447,436 
27,167 


118,739 
4,318 


412,528 
22,443 


Total revenue 


636,287 


58,606 


1,635,434 


474,603 


123,057 


434371 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


529,660 

48,785 

46,202 

4,617 

24,896 


43,173 

2,296 
3,822 

3,457 


1,224,959 

71,525 
120.850 
83.300 
68,214 


362,862 

20,796 
32,718 
4,544 
19,700 


101,737 

3,299 
8.784 
2.648 
4,935 


330,626 

30,550 
32,646 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


14,996 


Total expense 


654,160 


52,748 


1,568,848 


440,620 


121,403 


408318 


Net income (net expense) 


(17,873) 


5358 


66^86 


33383 


1,654 


26,153 







Statements A and B 



93 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Almonte 


Alvinston 


Amherstburg 


Ancaster Twp. 


Apple Hill 


Arkona 


Arnprior 


Arthur 


Athens 


1,339 


355 


1,878 


1,208 


120 


216 


2,248 


657 


443 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


740,754 


92,242 


850,663 


552,206 


36,067 


61,272 


936,785 


267,220 


147,135 


261,977 


49,067 


236,165 


186,934 


18,599 


30,741 


330,143 


87,406 


45,682 


478,777 


43,175 


614,498 


365,272 


17,468 


30,531 


606,642 


179,814 


101,453 


21,452 


16,231 


54 





6,403 


12,248 


21,476 


7,681 


6,522 


10,000 


— 


30,000 


57,000 


3,000 


— 


25,000 


— 


— 


7,000 


7,000 


14,000 


— 


— 


6,000 


— 


10,000 


— 


3,359 


978 


24,568 


13,279 


855 


760 


85,810 


9,907 


3,263 


876 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,400 


— 


255 


— 


42,687 


24,209 


68,622 


70,279 


10,258 


20,408 


132,286 


27,843 


9,785 


27,059 


148 


58,925 


204 


- 


- 


7,489 


801 


- 


- 


- 


- 


112 


- 


- 


426 


1,229 


1,614 


27,059 


148 


58,925 


316 








7,915 


2,030 


1,614 


240,229 


80,393 


691,314 


329,421 


25,172 


61,702 


698,636 


171,826 


87,083 


788,752 


147,925 


1,433359 


765388 


52,898 


112,641 


1,445,479 


381313 


199,935 








2,100 






7,000 


39,000 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


2,100 


- 


- 


7,000 


39,000 


- 


24,568 


3,963 


80,622 


22,743 


1,397 


2,850 


79,174 


20,502 


7,941 


4,903 


85 


14,873 


21,737 


60 


— 


12,297 


1,772 


1,294 


29,471 


4,048 


95,495 


44,480 


1,457 


2,850 


91,471 


22,274 


9,235 


72,000 


23,529 


68,237 


126,146 


5,080 


13,113 


139,612 


34,913 


12,988 


445,441 


39,555 


542,432 


166,880 


20,500 


34,976 


472,904 


113,441 


88,969 


1,611 


400 


35,881 


96,261 


689 


— 


35,856 


59 


1,660 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


519,052 


63,484 


646,550 


389,287 


26,269 


48,089 


648,372 


148,413 


103,617 


240,229 


80,393 


691,314 


329,421 


25,172 


61,702 


698,636 


171,826 


87,083 


788,752 


1474)25 


1,433359 


765388 


52,898 


112,641 


1,445,479 


381313 


199,935 


343,285 


41,298 


635,937 


306,874 


18,109 


25,073 


791,182 


207,455 


88,424 


16,289 


1,689 


14,683 


6,081 


1,104 


1,903 


30,617 


4,685 


3,860 


359,574 


42,987 


650,620 


312,955 


19313 


26,976 


821,799 


212,140 


92384 


236,976 


28,259 


569,857 


222,773 


13,507 


26,843 


696,756 


174,601 


71,134 


25,008 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


17,831 


3,115 


32,188 


20,235 


848 


1,023 


30,483 


13,925 


4,164 


43,603 


9,121 


56,769 


38,757 


2,637 


2,503 


43,500 


11,772 


7,373 


— 


— 


— 


5,121 


— 


— 


2,682 


5,836 


— 


20,179 


3,587 


19,671 


16,167 


1,330 


2,304 


34,903 


8,232 


4,692 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


343,597 


44,082 


678,485 


303,053 


18322 


32,673 


808324 


214366 


87363 


15,977 


(1,095) 


(27,865) 


9,902 


891 


(5,697) 


13,475 


(2326) 


4,921 



94 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Atikokan Twp.' 
1,862 


Aurora 
3,760 


Avonmore 
116 


Aylmer 
1,938 


Ayr 
493 


Baden 
314 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
814,952 
414,851 


$ 
1,504,284 
305,612 


$ 

52,583 

20,842 


$ 
695,351 
309,946 


$ 

166,350 
51,182 


$ 
151,055 


Less accumulated depreciation 


56,964 




400,101 
30,750 

30,120 
342 


1,198,672 

100,597 
150,000 

19,869 
10,595 


31,741 

3,785 

2,649 


385,405 
90,436 

10,657 


115,168 

7,619 
16,025 

2,193 


94,091 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


13,895 
20,000 


Other 


- 




61,212 
23,722 
13,062 


281,061 

3,592 

25,734 


6,434 
2,387 


101,093 
2,183 


25,837 
499 


33,895 


OTHER ASSETS 


122 


Sinking fund on debentures 










36,784 
428,615 


29,326 
804,085 


2,387 
17,758 


2,183 
671,505 


499 
153,048 


122 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


189,856 




926,712 


2313,144 


58320 


1,160,186 


294352 


317364 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures outstanding 


59,000 


103,000 


13,500 


- 


- 


- 








59,000 

15,435 
27,437 


103,000 

131,359 
30,422 


13,500 

2,577 
54 


56,404 
711 


12,915 
988 




LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 

Other liabilities 


9,089 
387 








42,872 
341,000 

25,516 
29,709 


161,781 
118,312 

907,311 
218,655 


2,631 
9,500 

10,841 
4,090 


57,115 

88,185 

327,031 
16,350 


13,903 
17,503 

108,971 
1,127 


9,476 


EQUITY 


5,000 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


112,150 

1,382 

100 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . . 


396,225 
428,615 


1,244,278 
804,085 


24,431 
17,758 


431,566 
671,505 


127,601 
153,048 


118,632 
189,856 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


926,712 


2^13,144 


58320 


1,160,186 


294352 


317364 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


474,150 
32,042 


1,160,768 
54,055 


20,554 
1,647 


610,247 
7,799 


147,577 
4,661 


97,939 
6,391 


Total revenue 


506,192 


1,214,823 


22301 


618,046 


152338 


104330 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


289,387 

55,706 
83,792 
31,516 
30,198 


943,191 

70,956 
77,729 
19,614 
38,396 


14,268 

983 
2,417 
2,425 
1,799 


480,862 

49,209 
30,041 

21,350 


127,596 

8,539 
12,523 

5,556 


79,999 

5,507 
8,506 


Financial 

Depreciation 


4,590 


Other 




Total expense 


490,599 


1,149,886 


21,892 


581,462 


154314 


98,602 






Net income (net expense) 


15,593 


64,937 


309 


36384 


(1,976) 


5,728 







Statements A and B 



95 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Bancroft 


Barrie 


Barry's Bay 


Bath 


Beachburg 


Beachville 


Beamsville 


Beaverton 


Beeton 


883 


11,888 


508 


292 


268 


344 


1,527 


815 


498 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


653,925 


6,253,294 


181,023 


150,054 


88,966 


153,220 


499,552 


292,653 


171,661 


263,888 


1,647,584 


53,941 


50,830 


43,306 


81,031 


196,153 


97,307 


48,584 


390,037 


4,605,710 


127,082 


99,224 


45,660 


72,189 


303,399 


195,346 


123,077 


31,992 


213,884 





11,442 


6,435 


29,480 


_ 


13,964 


13,906 


10,000 


— 


— 


5,000 


— 


— 


55,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


15,000 


— 


— 


— 


7,243 


289,110 


3,620 


3,978 


2,555 


7,938 


8,218 


5,413 


13,393 


— 


732 


1,000 


488 


609 


— 


293 


— 


— 


49,235 


503,726 


4,620 


20,908 


9,599 


52,418 


63,511 


19,377 


27,299 


1,774 


229,233 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


890 


- 


41,411 


727 


488 


1,465 


6,566 


9,710 


- 


- 


1,774 


270,644 


727 


488 


1,465 


6,566 


9,710 


_ 


890 


164,179 


3,058,279 


69,552 


56,147 


39,614 


385,314 


275,397 


208,068 


112,863 


605,225 


8,438359 


201,981 


176,767 


96338 


516,487 


652,017 


422,791 


264,129 




1,020,000 


10,000 


1,000 


22,250 






_ 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


1,020,000 


10,000 


1,000 


22,250 


- 


- 


- 


- 


19,018 


491,950 


23,828 


10,250 


3,777 


22,553 


33,196 


17,624 


26,592 


2,220 


141,680 


841 


815 


— 


922 


4,460 


2,371 


1,724 


21,238 


633,630 


24,669 


11,065 


3,777 


23,475 


37,656 


19,995 


28,316 


131,497 


232,331 


15,500 


16,500 


29,750 


5,537 


37,500 


12,839 


13,610 


273,920 


2,422,738 


77,610 


76,207 


576 


102,161 


291,692 


181,711 


109,340 


14,391 


1,071,381 


4,650 


15,848 


371 


— 


9,772 


178 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


419,808 


3,726,450 


97,760 


108,555 


30,697 


107,698 


338,964 


194,728 


122,950 


164,179 


3,058,279 


69,552 


56,147 


39,614 


385,314 


275,397 


208,068 


112,863 


605,225 


8,438^59 


2014)81 


176,767 


96338 


516,487 


652,017 


422,791 


264,129 


261,422 


4,730,547 


112,814 


78,497 


53,968 


258,500 


271,776 


205,691 


105,917 


20,511 


167,362 


5,529 


3,524 


748 


5,423 


16,627 


8,705 


4,090 


281,933 


4,897,909 


118343 


82,021 


54,716 


2*3,923 


288,403 


2143% 


110,007 


182,432 
5,793 
13,750 


3,578,158 


88,159 


58,983 


41,579 


248,858 


222,705 


177,432 


80,498 


389,924 


6,211 


3,495 


1,875 


2,443 


17,291 


10,086 


5,510 


19,505 


291,820 


14,273 


6,372 


4,142 


6,617 


31,459 


15,842 


6,497 


— 


124,810 


2,707 


582 


4,515 


— 


— 


— 


— 


21,925 


171,086 


5,531 


5,089 


3,033 


6,368 


16,056 


11,252 


5,744 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


243,405 


4^55,798 


116,881 


74321 


55,144 


264386 


287311 


214,612 


98349 


38,528 


342,111 


1,462 


7300 


(428) 


(363) 


892 


(216) 


11,758 



96 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Belle River 
1,133 


Belleville 
12,640 


Belmont 
268 


Blenheim 
1,406 


Bloomfield 
321 


Blyth 
389 








A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
440,303 
69,514 


$ 
7,238,064 
2,183,596 


$ 

117,335 
54,983 


$ 
558,594 
205,369 


$ 

91,300 

52,119 


S 

139,641 


Less accumulated depreciation 


55,795 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

-bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


370,789 

2,000 
13,921 


5,054,468 
278,587 


62,352 

16,117 

25,000 
5,277 


353,225 
5,091 

11,920 


39,181 

4,706 

2,500 

3,000 

809 


83,846 

8,575 

2,838 
1,260 




15,921 
6,335 
10,503 


278,587 

163,620 

16,419 


46,394 
2,522 


17,011 
7,140 
16,718 


11,015 


12,673 


OTHER ASSETS 


114 


Sinking fund on debentures 








Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


16,838 
168,704 


180,039 
3,567,193 


2,522 
74,055 


23,858 
331,044 


83,500 


114 
127,670 




572,252 


9,080,287 


185^23 


725,138 


133,6% 


224303 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures outstanding 


59,400 


1,368,885 


33,000 


- 


- 


- 








59,400 

37,546 
2,633 


1,368,885 

277,509 
51,718 


33,000 

10,040 
973 


40,003 
4,048 


5,017 
510 




LIABILITIES 


9,653 


Other liabilities 


247 






Total liabilities 


40,179 
30,155 

220,228 
53,586 


329,227 
561,112 

3,153,972 
99,898 


11,013 
18,918 

46,516 
1,821 


44,051 
98,679 

251,364 


5,527 
9,797 

34,872 


9,900 


EQUITY 


16,032 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


70,701 


Total utility equity . . 


303,969 
168,704 


3,814,982 
3,567,193 


67,255 
74,055 


350,043 
331,044 


44,669 
83,500 


86,733 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . 


127,670 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


572,252 


9,080,287 


185323 


725,138 


133,696 


224303 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


259,949 
5,179 


3,791,197 
282,452 


106,527 
6,617 


301,385 
8,350 


61,095 
3,649 


112,267 
1,448 


Total revenue 


265,128 


4,073,649 


113,144 


309,735 


64,744 


113,715 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


198,882 

20,513 
28,399 
11,684 
9,786 


3,032,919 

296,233 
349,946 
131,334 
218,880 


92,700 

3,577 
4,496 
4,660 
3,773 


235,839 

23,123 
32,459 

16,568 


52,164 

3,838 
7,564 

3,840 


93,819 

3,734 
7,015 


Financial 

Depreciation 


4,854 


Other 


- 


Total expense 


269,264 


4,029312 


109306 


307,989 


67,406 


109,422 


Net income (net expense) 


(4,136) 


44^37 


3,938 


1,746 


(2,662) 


4393 



Statements A and B 



97 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Bobcaygeon 


Bolton 


Bothwell 


Bowmanville 


Bracebridge 


Bradford 


Braeside 


Brampton 


Brantford 


925 


1,482 


388 


3,745 


1,581 


1,801 


172 


11,882 


22,519 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


361,587 


1,142,527 


127,217 


1,936,398 


1,372,205 


653,352 


70,940 


12,290,189 


11,703,141 


156,368 


185,853 


58,740 


703,549 


452,595 


222,214 


25,553 


2,353,254 


3,529,763 


205,219 


956,674 


68,477 


1,232,849 


919,610 


431,138 


45,387 


9,936,935 


8,173,378 


150 


4,124 


22,226 


220 


149 


14,099 


16,203 


7,914 


2,083 


— 


90,000 


— 


30,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


59,765 


— 


— 


3,000 


— 


— 


21,405 


131,941 


3,466 


19,728 


9,120 


58,41 1 


1,175 


511,098 


195,944 


— 


— 


— 


12,873 


— 


2,023 


— 


141,822 


1,232 


21,555 


226,065 


25,692 


122,586 


9,269 


74,533 


20,378 


660,834 


199,259 


8,940 


- 


879 


37,445 


8,108 


39,314 


- 


657,741 


361,007 


3,890 


9,660 


- 


3,152 


12,222 


1,765 


1,200 


50,760 


151,974 


12,830 


9,660 


879 


40,597 


20,330 


41,079 


1,200 


708,501 


512,981 


123,868 


222,215 


97,354 


1,226,688 


89,255 


296,187 


151,834 


3,069,005 


8,973,304 


363,472 


1,414,614 


192,402 


2,622,720 


1,038,464 


842,937 


218,799 


14375375 


17,8584»22 


36,800 


220,707 


- 


- 


128,000 


- 


- 


2,969,550 


166,000 


36,800 


220,707 


- 


- 


128,000 


- 


- 


2,969,550 


166,000 


22,090 


89,485 


7,439 


152,872 


25,384 


50,323 


11,836 


1,462,488 


587,919 


616 


2,906 


30 


109,500 


— 


18,082 


117 


34,348 


362,564 


22,706 


92,391 


7,469 


262,372 


25,384 


68,405 


11,953 


1,496,836 


950,483 


52,200 


112,029 


5,534 


71,000 


500,800 


23,351 


6,000 


1,263,653 


1,528,683 


127,617 


198,539 


82,045 


878,671 


293,078 


405,279 


48,972 


3,314,586 


5,548,151 


281 


568,733 




183,989 


1,947 


49,715 


40 


2,261,645 


692,301 


180,098 


879,301 


87,579 


1,133,660 


795,825 


478,345 


55,012 


6,839,884 


7,769,135 


123,868 


222,215 


97,354 


1,226,688 


89,255 


296,187 


151,834 


3,069,005 


8,973,304 


363,472 


1,414,614 


192,402 


2,622,720 


1,038,464 


842^)37 


218,799 


14375375 


17,858^22 


210,142 


467,102 


75,987 


1,202,546 


498,333 


365,799 


140,650 


5,720,196 


6,797,324 


4,872 


25,096 


5,530 


60,370 


18,040 


17,543 


1,691 


34,123 


291,761 


215,014 


492,198 


81,517 


1,262,916 


516^73 


383,342 


142341 


5,754319 


7,089,085 


152,619 


323,852 


59,339 


987,431 


223,848 


261,946 


131,522 


3,900,059 


5,592,031 


— 


— 


— 


— 


105,782 


— 


— 


— 


— 


10,388 


24,674 


3,144 


62,956 


29,203 


32,075 


3,278 


254,597 


328,560 


20,020 


32,720 


9,338 


94,112 


61,610 


34,382 


4,279 


336,105 


330,903 


8,705 


38,961 


— 


— 


32,461 


1,582 


— 


435,285 


44,685 


12,555 


24,621 


4,668 


58,705 


37,311 


20,931 


2,688 


276,173 


316,827 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


14,785 


204,2*7 


444^28 


76,489 


1,203,204 


490,215 


350,916 


141,767 


5302319 


6,627,791 


10,727 


47^70 


5,028 


59,712 


26,158 


32,426 


574 


552,100 


461394 



98 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Brantford Twp. 
3,175 


Brechin 
114 


Bridgeport 
715 


Brigden 
218 


Brighton 
1,300 


Brockville 




7,301 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
2,206,635 
837,852 


$ 

31,754 

10,845 


$ 
221,738 
57,584 


$ 

68,073 

32,873 


$ 
523,455 
118,432 


$ 
4,042,932 
1,139,392 




1,368,783 

132,898 
65,000 

32,201 


20,909 

2,001 

2,500 
1,041 


164,154 

8,645 
20,000 

415 


35,200 

4,508 
12,000 

416 


405,023 
18,217 

9,563 

243 


2,903,540 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds ! 


71,599 
96,950 


Other 






230,099 
68,484 
17,148 


5,542 


29,060 

224 

5,328 


16,924 
160 


28,023 
26,974 
5,276 


168,549 


OTHER ASSETS 


164,379 


Sinking fund on debentures 


5,526 








85,632 
977,892 


34,508 


5,552 
150,090 


160 
64,536 


32,250 
263,202 


169,905 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


2,650,700 




2,662,406 


60,959 


348,856 


116,820 


728,498 


5,892,694 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


235,657 


- 


1,952 


- 


80,700 


371,000 






Total long-term debt 


235,657 

158,491 
78,652 


68 
320 


1,952 

15,038 
3,019 


2,570 
203 


80,700 

26,556 
4,225 


371,000 


LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 


249,272 


Other liabilities 


1,912 






Total liabilities 


237,143 
519,701 

603,702 
88,311 


388 
2,664 

23,399 


18,057 
37,698 

135,755 
5,304 


2,773 
8,000 

41,511 


30,781 
54,300 

295,168 
4,347 


251,184 


EQUITY 
Debt redeemed 


784,570 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


1,644,985 
190,255 






Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,211,714 
977,892 


26,063 
34,508 


178,757 
150,090 


49,511 
64,536 


353,815 
263,202 


2,619,810 
2,650,700 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


2,662,406 


60,959 


348,856 


116,820 


728,498 


5,892,694 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


1,565,122 
47,883 


28,048 
591 


153,272 
7,887 


26,526 
1,398 


321,159 
4,550 


2,482,928 
118,629 


Total revenue 


1,613,005 


28,639 


161,159 


27,924 


325,709 


2,601,557 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


1,223,604 

111,598 
67,887 
73,000 
70,944 
4,942 


23,637 

921 
2,095 

1,010 


1 19,366 

18,738 
18,183 
2,303 
6,460 
1,332 


25,813 

498 
3,392 

2,443 


220,788 

12,448 
31,239 
11,731 
13,484 


2,033,279 

175,535 
157,480 


Financial 


94,039 


Depreciation 


119,016 


Other 








Total expense 


1,551,975 


27,663 


166,382 


32,146 


289,690 


2,579349 


Net income (net expense) 


61,030 


976 


(5,223) 


(4,222) 


36,019 


22,208 



Statements A and B 



99 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Brussels 


Burford 


Burgessville 


Burk's Falls 


Burlington 


Cache Bay 


Caledonia 


Campbellford 


Campbell ville 


433 


474 


121 


408 


27,590 


223 


1,147 


1,548 


119 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


132,572 


187,215 


52,961 


146,422 


18,237,661 


89,706 


385,002 


1,116,171 


54,586 


31,124 


88,041 


19,398 


41,298 


3,651,044 


41,186 


133,153 


371,438 


17,043 


101,448 


99,174 


33,563 


105,124 


14,586,617 


48,520 


251,849 


744,733 


37,543 


17,951 


7,049 


4,104 


8,650 


271,285 


55 


16,820 


34,045 


1,395 


10,000 


7,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


65,000 


20,000 


— 


— 


— 


1,500 


11,690 


35,000 


14,000 


— 


— 


— 


3,497 


298 


826 


4,725 


873,824 


1,709 


7,297 


9,502 


2,658 


— 


— 


— 


— 


29,949 


356 


— 


— 


20 


31,448 


14,347 


6,430 


25,065 


1,210,058 


16,120 


89,117 


63,547 


4,073 


250 


71 


- 


116 


515,910 


65 


1,618 


31,485 


- 


2,313 


- 


3,306 


- 


42,755 


- 


- 


2,431 


- 


2,563 


71 


3,306 


116 


558,665 


65 


1,618 


33,916 


_ 


129,485 


139,796 


42,121 


89,934 


4,691,981 


44,471 


211,901 


122,700 


30,764 


264,944 


253388 


85,420 


220,239 


21,047321 


109,176 


554,485 


964,896 


72380 










2,183,500 






65,600 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,183,500 


- 


- 


65,600 


- 


10,146 


6,825 


2,158 


20,896 


1,302,187 


1,593 


17,747 


33,379 


2,580 


295 


1,987 


638 


1,261 


469,233 


624 


10,829 


4,129 


— 


10,441 


8,812 


2,796 


22,157 


1,771,420 


2,217 


28,576 


37,508 


2,580 


28,000 


20,854 


3,500 


29,147 


1,933,352 


25,359 


15,525 


86,900 


5,448 


95,018 


83,926 


36,813 


79,001 


7,744,763 


36,102 


284,046 


637,263 


15,772 


2,000 


— 


190 


— 


2,722,305 


1,027 


14,437 


14,925 


17,816 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


125,018 


104,780 


40,503 


108,148 


12,400,420 


62,488 


314,008 


739,088 


39,036 


129,485 


139,796 


42,121 


89,934 


4,691,981 


44,471 


211,901 


122,700 


30,764 


264,944 


253388 


85,420 


220339 


21,047321 


109,176 


554,485 


964,896 


72380 


83,547 


96,940 


26,523 


113,817 


10,027,531 


42,505 


212,384 


337,41 1 


28,570 


3,204 


10,169 


1,324 


1,619 


355,231 


2,742 


11,104 


26,837 


1,185 


86,751 


107,109 


27,847 


115,436 


10382,762 


45347 


223,488 


364348 


29,755 


69,177 


71,066 


21,208 


95,067 


7,370,974 


35,387 


147,160 


233,912 
17,864 
17,713 


23,955 


3,964 


15,672 


539 


6,058 


616,198 


1,631 


18,355 


702 


6,349 


12,313 


3,138 


11,197 


450,277 


4,619 


25,048 


44,742 


2,391 


— 


— 


— 


— 


377,524 


63 


— 


13,005 


21 


4,192 


6,499 


1,912 


4,156 


460,199 


3,330 


10,975 


30,738 


1,654 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


83,682 


105350 


26,797 


116,478 


9375,172 


45,030 


201338 


357374 


28,723 


3,069 


1359 


1,050 


(1,042) 


1,107390 


217 


21350 


6374 


1,032 



100 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Cannington 
539 


Capreol 
1,295 


Cardinal 
701 


Carleton Place 
2,066 


Casselman 
502 


Cayuga 
465 








A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

192,085 
67,213 


$ 
579,883 
130,151 


$ 

163,103 
54,469 


$ 
719,472 
174,077 


$ 
221,444 
60,912 


$ 
217 246 


Less accumulated depreciation 


69,903 




124,872 

6,007 

1,930 
5,180 


449,732 
65,487 

2,336 
161 


108,634 
12,018 

5,964 


545,395 

22,800 
50,000 
15,000 
6,505 


160,532 

10,164 

3,500 

4,439 

288 


147,343 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

—bonds 1 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


38,072 

4,000 
4,127 




13,117 
80 


67,984 
1,505 


17,982 
200 


94,305 
22,371 


18,391 
1,610 


46,199 


OTHER ASSETS 


557 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Miscellaneous assets 






80 
131,705 


1,505 
242,979 


200 
143,922 


22,371 
737,762 


1,610 

92,985 


557 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


102,042 




269,774 


762,200 


270,738 


1,399,833 


273318 


296,141 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 


7,500 


23,000 


- 


3,300 


- 




Other long-term debt 








Total long-term debt 


7,500 

11,806 
985 


23,000 

24,487 
10,400 


8,794 
1,291 


3,300 

48,563 
8,456 


13,171 
2,866 




LIABILITIES 


6,632 


Other liabilities 


623 


Total liabilities 


12,791 
17,032 

97,828 
2,918 


34,887 
95,785 

284,013 
81,536 


10,085 
11,014 

105,462 

255 


57,019 
104,749 

494,371 
2,632 


16,037 
65,162 

88,856 
10,478 


7,255 


EQUITY 
Debt redeemed 


20,000 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


163,704 
3,140 






Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . 


117,778 
131,705 


461,334 
242,979 


116,731 
143,922 


601,752 
737,762 


164,496 
92,985 


186,844 
102,042 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


269,774 


762,200 


270,738 


1^99,833 


273318 


296,141 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


114,962 
4,843 


319,570 
10,776 


105,932 
2,431 


494,720 
12,401 


147,859 
4,804 


107,360 
6,403 


Total revenue 


119,805 


330346 


108^63 


507,121 


152,663 


113,763 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


95,773 

4,537 
9,175 
1,572 
8,016 


220,021 

30,172 
38,702 
4,578 
15,303 


79,969 

3,369 
7,287 

5,785 


369,899 

32,112 
42,069 
4,847 
18,879 


115,838 

4,589 
11,253 

6,175 


70,396 

8,328 
16,366 


Financial . 




Depreciation 


6,525 


Other 








Total expense 


119,073 


308,776 


96,410 


467,806 


137,855 


101,615 






Net income (net expense) 


732 


21,570 


11,953 


39315 


14,808 


12,148 







Statements A and B 



101 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Chalk River 


Chapleau Twp. 


Chatham 


Chatsworth 


Chesley 


Chesterville 


Chippawa 


Clifford 


Clinton 


323 


1,137 


12,343 


206 


841 


539 


1,663 


298 


1,370 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


129,065 


532,806 


6,344,878 


63,278 


256,777 


179,761 


575,074 


117,275 


661,559 


54,337 


33,597 


1,615,542 


26,284 


101,281 


57,834 


82,888 


27,513 


253,603 


74,728 


499,209 


4,729,336 


36,994 


155,496 


121,927 


492,186 


89,762 


407,956 


5,349 


28,776 


5,242 


11,127 


9,073 


13,028 


3,932 


5,080 


11,892 


— 


— 


— 


— 


15,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


100,000 


6,000 


4,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,574 


4,510 


426,856 


1,726 


11,584 


2,592 


13,609 


1,196 


10,139 


— 


3,860 


37,188 


— 


— 


917 


— 


— 


— 


9,923 


37,146 


569,286 


18,853 


39,657 


16,537 


17,541 


6,276 


22,031 


- 


- 


368,908 


- 


382 


- 


13,324 


- 


21,926 


2,634 


3,722 


226,222 


- 


- 


1,217 


15,000 


- 


- 


2,634 


3,722 


595,130 





382 


1,217 


28,324 





21,926 


53,370 


124,852 


4,156,503 


51,313 


274,455 


242,715 


220,184 


76,188 


420,524 


140,655 


664,929 


10,050,255 


107,160 


469,990 


382^% 


758,235 


172,226 


872,437 


8,500 


6,000 


18,000 








127,345 


1,152 


6,500 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,500 


6,000 


18,000 


- 


- 


- 


127,345 


1,152 


6,500 


13,083 


32,544 


546,202 


6,921 


15,425 


4,059 


41,799 


5,041 


44,828 


459 


106,076 


— 


278 


1,647 


10,791 


65,362 


225 


3,414 


13,542 


138,620 


546,202 


7,199 


17,072 


14,850 


107,161 


5,266 


48,242 


46,500 


108,543 


1,483,531 


5,014 


24,410 


5,889 


81,005 


13,777 


115,173 


10,857 


278,735 


3,375,619 


43,634 


151,371 


1 14,806 


191,941 


72,488 


281,322 


7,886 


8,179 


470,400 


— 


2,682 


4,136 


30,599 


3,355 


676 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


65,243 


395,457 


5,329,550 


48,648 


178,463 


124,831 


303,545 


89,620 


397,171 


53,370 


124,852 


4,156,503 


51,313 


274,455 


242,715 


220,184 


76,188 


420,524 


140,655 


664,929 


10,050,255 


107,160 


469,990 


382^96 


758335 


172326 


872,437 


71,499 


353,004 


4,305,150 


39,298 


165,201 


193,173 


290,949 


62,122 


323,487 


3,222 


10,313 


96,902 


1,851 


3,231 


2,196 


18,299 


1,955 


13,974 


74,721 


363317 


4,402,052 


41,149 


168,432 


195369 


309,248 


64,077 


337,461 


57,765 


227,096 


3,173,496 


31,528 


127,354 


159,117 


188,615 


45,206 


220,565 


4,363 


27,900 


473,530 


2,886 


8,472 


2,959 


33,321 


3,676 


35,004 


3,972 


52,567 


392,847 


3,131 


15,038 


11,637 


36,069 


3,651 


42,761 


4,687 


16,555 


32,418 


— 


— 


1,150 


28,030 


381 


2,329 


4,459 


10,178 


137,682 


2,727 


7,574 


5,809 


16,587 


3,241 


18,173 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,435 


— 


— 


75,246 


33436 


4,209,973 


40,272 


158,438 


180,672 


304,057 


56,155 


318,832 


(525) 


29,021 


192,079 


877 


9,994 


14,697 


5,191 


74)22 


18,629 



102 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Cobden 

424 


Cobourg 
4,036 


Cochrane 
1,640 


Colborne 
684 


Coldwater 
372 


Collingwood 
4,183 








A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

100,058 
41,627 


$ 
1,931,196 
920,493 


$ 
829,050 
254,012 


$ 
317,067 
60,387 


$ 

100,465 
29,894 


$ 
2,094,188 


Less accumulated depreciation 


476,026 




58,431 

1 1,079 

6,000 

3,371 

994 


1,010,703 

127,543 
75,000 

36,921 


575,038 
46,207 

15,854 
1,888 


256,680 
6,510 

1,799 
13 


70,571 

10,778 

15,500 
6,265 


1,618,162 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

—bonds 


32,796 
38,546 


Other 


2,375 




21,444 


239,464 
39,211 


63,949 
45,820 
4,134 


8,322 

16,798 

100 


32,543 
1,600 


73,717 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


59,020 
9,041 








88,606 


39,211 
1,583,454 


49,954 
297,397 


16,898 
155,253 


1,600 
116,040 


68,061 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,399,303 




168,481 


2,872,832 


986338 


437,153 


220,754 


3,159343 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


- 


2,000 


- 


- 


272,000 


Total long-term debt 

LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 


17,604 
365 


182,836 
14,485 


2,000 

75,933 
36,571 


20,759 
27,085 


7,380 
765 


272,000 
146,061 


Other liabilities 


50,978 






Total liabilities 

EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 


17,969 
4,949 

53,056 
3,901 


197,321 
105,993 

970,063 
16,001 


112,504 
134,364 

429,602 
10,471 


47,844 
12,195 

221,261 
600 


8,145 
6,867 

89,702 


197,039 
120,183 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


1,024,959 
145,759 






Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


61,906 
88,606 


1,092,057 
1,583,454 


574,437 
297,397 


234,056 
155,253 


96,569 
116,040 


1,290,901 
1,399,303 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


168,481 


2,872,832 


986338 


437,153 


220,754 


3,159343 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


86,660 
2,062 


1,665,186 
88,626 


502,964 
28,319 


183,155 
8,026 


88,855 
1,583 


1,749,706 
35,117 


Total revenue 


88,722 


1,753,812 


531383 


191,181 


90,438 


1,784,823 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


69,413 

3,504 

7,942 

822 

3,726 


1,466,358 

71,357 
93,056 

73,867 


388,009 

59,201 
76,856 
2,179 
23,977 


142,738 

11,493 

20,460 

1,022 

7,191 


76,296 

1,433 
5,333 

3,143 


1,474,295 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 


81,412 
72,475 
43,745 
53,455 


Other 




Total expense 


85,407 


1,704,638 


550322 


182,904 


86305 


1,725382 


Net income (net expense) 


3315 


49,174 


(18,939) 


8377 


4333 


59,441 







Statements A and B 



103 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Comber 


Coniston 


Cookstown 


Cottam 


Courtright 


Creemore 


Dashwood 


Deep River 


Delaware 


256 


806 


368 


278 


273 


440 


201 


1,619 


170 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


114,152 


271,158 


93,048 


79,961 


93,360 


143,324 


62,014 


1,142,155 


49,255 


47,620 


65,367 


27,880 


40,265 


20,070 


44,160 


13,429 


401,616 


27,615 


66,532 


205,791 


65,168 


39,696 


73,290 


99,164 


48,585 


740,539 


21,640 


521 


21,543 


20,154 


17,684 


994 


6,700 


35,440 


- 


3,536 











3,000 





5,000 


_ 


_ 


19,327 


3,451 


9,637 


3,168 


1,629 


5,695 


3,231 


1,297 


23,492 


900 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,972 


31,180 


23,322 


22,313 


6,689 


14,931 


36,737 


23,492 


23,763 


214 


1,329 


- 


- 


25 


1,064 


- 


49,675 


- 


3,543 


18,831 


- 


8,129 


2,446 


- 


- 


8,624 


4,658 


3,757 


20,160 





8,129 


2,471 


1,064 





58,299 


4,658 


88,642 


103,821 


70,747 


k 52,572 


44,750 


101,653 


65,840 


355,881 


42,949 


162,903 


360,952 


159,237 


122,710 


127,200 


216,812 


151,162 


1,178,211 


93,010 




7,000 


_ 


_ 


7,900 


_ 


_ 


70,817 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


7,000 


- 


- 


7,900 


- 


- 


70,817 


- 


8,212 


28,314 


8,245 


5,194 


10,003 


9,577 


5,503 


74,064 


5,809 


117 


11,881 


730 


— 


661 


835 


— 


5,544 


54 


8,329 


40,195 


8,975 


5,194 


10,664 


10,412 


5,503 


79,608 


5,863 


12,489 


43,000 


12,001 


13,893 


12,078 


2,824 


3,400 


160,183 


4,000 


52,703 


161,075 


62,379 


50,260 


46,905 


101,850 


76,419 


192,860 


39,876 


740 


5,861 


5,135 


791 


4,903 


73 


— 


318,862 


322 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


65,932 


209,936 


79,515 


64,944 


63,886 


104,747 


79,819 


671,905 


44,198 


88,642 


103,821 


70,747 


52,572 


44,750 


101,653 


65,840 


355,881 


42,949 


162,903 


360^)52 


159,237 


122,710 


127,200 


216,812 


151,162 


1,178,211 


93,010 


53,457 


186,469 


79,018 


43,560 


45,255 


86,787 


39,224 


581,285 


27,280 


2,013 


6,100 


901 


2,506 


680 


4,146 


2,925 


33,272 


3,892 


55,470 


192,569 


794)19 


46,066 


45,935 


904>33 


42,149 


6144557 


31,172 


43,151 


136,077 


60,347 


33,499 


29,905 


68,746 


39,159 


437,085 


27,700 


4,923 


7,686 


1,396 


5,979 


2,951 


2,976 


908 


45,297 


2,421 


9,047 


15,380 


9,330 


6,689 


5,890 


6,800 


3,864 


41,851 


3,966 


— 


3,987 


— 


— 


2,604 


— 


— 


18,664 


— 


3,754 


7,431 


3,007 


3,098 


2,640 


5,549 


1,909 


35,287 


1,992 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


60,875 


170,561 


74,080 


49,265 


43^)90 


84,071 


45,840 


578,184 


36,079 


(5,405) 


22,008 


5339 


(3,199) 


14*45 


6,862 


(3,691) 


36^73 


(4,907) 



104 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Delhi 
1,750 


Deseronto 
626 


Dorchester 
398 


Drayton 
342 


Dresden 
1,047 


Drumbo 




189 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
650,131 
232,472 


$ 
246,900 
118,607 


S 

113,795 
40,539 


$ 

160,703 
34,301 


$ 
474,332 
125,295 


$ 

54,112 


Less accumulated depreciation 


26,348 




417,659 

6,903 
45,000 

8,279 
175 


128,293 
16,241 


73,256 

18,417 

1,500 
1,481 


126,402 

6,428 

9,975 
138 


349,037 
13,537 

5,170 


27,764 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


3,523 
7,000 

336 




60,357 
25,496 


16,241 
16,009 


21,398 
3,632 


16,541 
112 


18,707 
3,357 


10,859 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


— 








25,496 
354,460 


16,009 
175,777 


3,632 
79,369 


112 
93,803 


3,357 
320,615 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


52,772 




857,972 


336320 


177,655 


236,858 


691,716 


91395 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 








30,865 
19,751 


19,946 
1,354 


6,171 
914 


7,542 
889 


25,422 
23,114 




LIABILITIES 


2,864 


Other liabilities 


142 




50,616 
85,000 

362,594 
5,302 


21,300 
15,000 

1 17,963 
6,280 


7,085 
7,300 

83,819 
82 


8,431 
9,500 

123,096 
2,028 


48,536 
51,223 

268,224 
3,118 


3,006 


EQUITY 


4,500 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


31,064 
53 






Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


452,896 
354,460 


139,243 
175,777 


91,201 
79,369 


134,624 
93,803 


322,565 
320,615 


35,617 
52,772 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


857,972 


336^20 


177,655 


236,858 


691,716 


91395 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


353,656 
15,232 


213,001 
9,722 


72,735 
2,437 


77,724 
3,158 


299,388 
13,757 


32,001 
1,590 






Total revenue 


368,888 


222,723 


75,172 


80,882 


313,145 


33391 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


280,480 

30,886 
37,406 

17,521 


169,184 

12,670 
18,268 

10,107 


56,384 

1,604 
5,799 

4,095 


61,610 

4,543 
3,968 

4,727 


223,480 

25,852 

34,527 

893 

10,919 


24,734 

907 
2,709 


Depreciation 


2,152 


Other 


- 


Total expense 


366,293 


210,229 


67,882 


74,848 


295,671 


30302 


Net income (net expense) 


2,595 


12,494 


7,290 


6,034 


17,474 


3,089 



Statements A and B 



105 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Dryden 


Dublin 


Dundalk 


Dundas 


Dunnville 


Durham 


Dutton 


East York 


Eganville 


2,419 


129 


588 


5,491 


2,191 


1,107 


408 


29,179 


551 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1,289,489 


59,318 


163,090 


3,667,534 


919,007 


372,506 


112,919 


13,498,876 


269,356 


547,861 


24,228 


31,149 


1,062,894 


225,452 


144,393 


36,955 


4,196,198 


117,745 


741,628 


35,090 


131,941 


2,604,640 


693,555 


228,113 


75,964 


9,302,678 


151,611 


63,032 


6,490 


8,528 


374,947 


9,537 


22,624 


11,737 


11,305 


15,468 


— 


— 


20,000 


— 


45,000 


66,993 


— 


700,000 


30,426 


— 


— 


1,500 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


6,721 


1,850 


10,940 


71,369 


11,308 


20,051 


2,780 


943,093 


5,730 


3,424 


209 


45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,261 


— 


73,177 


8,549 


41,013 


446,316 


65,845 


109,668 


14,517 


1,655,659 


51,624 


24,813 





458 


100,464 


84,596 


1,478 


58 


561,232 


6,369 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


446,711 


— 


2,241 


1,054 


— 


68,362 


86 


1,210 


8,650 


65,778 


— 


27,054 


1,054 


458 


168,826 


84,682 


2,688 


8,708 


1,073,721 


6,369 


407,578 


48,414 


132,411 


1,495,543 


701,184 


295,641 


1 10,897 


9,636,665 


71,127 


1,249,437 


93,107 


305,823 


4,715325 


1,545,266 


636,110 


210,086 


21,668,723 


280,731 


37,000 






1,110,800 


_ 


16,000 


_ 


1,841,904 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


37,000 


- 


- 


1,110,800 


- 


16,000 


- 


1,841,904 


- 


62,379 


2,507 


18,492 


390,903 


39,598 


19,970 


7,072 


918,614 


20,977 


735 


63 


234 


188,604 


25,934 


— 


477 


265,036 


1,071 


63,114 


2,570 


18,726 


579,507 


65,532 


19,970 


7,549 


1,183,650 


22,048 


164,430 


6,200 


5,727 


713,919 


139,939 


39,324 


8,407 


1,685,466 


98,007 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


446,711 


— 


565,158 


35,545 


147,165 


619,118 


619,587 


264,418 


83,102 


6,580,611 


85,431 


12,157 


378 


1,794 


196,438 


19,024 


757 


131 


293,716 


4,118 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


741,745 


42,123 


154,686 


1,529,475 


778,550 


304,499 


91,640 


9,006,504 


187,556 


407,578 


48,414 


132,411 


1,495,543 


701,184 


295,641 


1 10,897 


9,636,665 


71,127 


1,249,437 


93,107 


305,823 


4,715325 


1,545,266 


636,110 


210,086 


21,668,723 


280,731 


657,204 


32,972 


132,744 


1,578,970 


549,143 


240,854 


61,734 


9,766,489 


1 10,773 


55,399 


754 


2,556 


81,207 


14,529 


13,745 


1,914 


529,689 


7,116 


712,603 


33,726 


135300 


1,660,177 


563,672 


254,599 


63,648 


10,296,178 


117,889 


443,966 


28,472 


111,906 


1,123,273 


401,369 


192,416 


40,216 


7,496,804 


81,717 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


9,524 


70,648 


2,850 


5,964 


189,287 


44,585 


16,383 


3,336 


769,785 


8,921 


68,046 


3,714 


11,054 


118,827 


45,512 


19,116 


6,341 


733,097 


9,179 


10,775 


— 


203 


153,364 


2,791 


2,520 


238 


197,481 


— 


42,624 


2,072 


4,020 


106,496 


21,602 


10,633 


3,830 


447,456 


8,078 


— 


— 


— 


(367) 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


636,059 


37,108 


133,147 


1,690,880 


515^59 


241,068 


53^)61 


9,644,623 


117,419 


76,544 


(3,382) 


2,153 


(30,703) 


47,813 


13,531 


9,687 


651,555 


470 



106 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Elmira 
1,998 


Elmvale 
501 


Elmwood 
164 


Elora 
806 


Embro 
311 






489 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
1,011,926 
320,385 


$ 

160,963 
58,652 


$ 

31,866 

14,431 


$ 
311,263 
124,325 


$ 

121,160 
48,979 


$ 
261,493 


Less accumulated depreciation 


65,882 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

—bonds 


691,541 

200 
80,000 

14,831 
15,427 


102,311 

8,923 
22,500 
10,500 

3,512 


17,435 

7,130 
3,000 
1,000 
1,050 


186,938 
28,004 

3,477 


72,181 

5,881 

3,000 
2,305 


195,611 
2,196 

6,080 


Other 






110,458 

1,742 

50,333 


45,435 
158 


12,180 
60 


31,481 
4,229 


11,186 

751 


8,276 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 


4,612 








52,075 
788,152 


158 
129,132 


60 
40,728 


4,229 
233,793 


751 
83,327 


4,612 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


80,644 




1,642,226 


277,036 


70,403 


456,441 


167,445 


289,143 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


91,500 








71,510 
11,139 


10,975 
838 


1,689 
674 


17,199 
3,657 


5,921 
2,619 


91,500 


LIABILITIES 


18,742 


Other liabilities 


300 








82,649 
37,169 

601,014 
133,242 


11,813 
6,544 

129,547 


2,363 
6,106 

20,972 
234 


20,856 
19,862 

172,519 
9,411 


8,540 
7,500 

66,568 
1,510 


19,042 


EQUITY 


35,500 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


58,171 
4,286 




771,425 
788,152 


136,091 
129,132 


27,312 
40,728 


201,792 
233,793 


75,578 
83,327 


97,957 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


80,644 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,642,226 


277,036 


70,403 


456,441 


167,445 


289,143 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


727,841 
27,371 


122,712 
5,403 


23,880 
672 


213,240 
9,490 


63,920 
3,299 


190,389 
5,348 


Total revenue 


755,212 


128,115 


24,552 


222,730 


67^19 


195,737 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


612,000 

32,679 
40,890 

29,746 


104,758 

4,131 
7,452 

5,865 


18,367 

805 
2,551 

1,141 


163,837 

20,840 
20,609 

9,456 


49,724 

1,921 
4,112 

4,417 


148,836 
3,742 


Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 


10,597 
13,372 
6,947 


Other 









Total expense 


715315 


122,206 


22,864 


214,742 


60,174 


183,494 






Net income (net expense) 


39,897 


5,909 


1,688 


7,988 


7,045 


12343 







Statements A and B 



107 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Erieau 


Erie Beach 


Erin 


Espanola 


Essex 


Etobicoke 


Exeter 


Fenelon Falls 


Fergus 


387 


156 


690 


1,850 


1,746 


88,586 


1,551 


962 


1,964 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


96,829 


26,905 


243,205 


761,683 


851,777 


54,320,489 


740,919 


299,888 


984,396 


51,421 


11,812 


56,190 


210,824 


254,910 


12,418,831 


258,167 


78,599 


290,286 


45,408 


15,093 


187,015 


550,859 


596,867 


41,901,658 


482,752 


221,289 


694,110 


18,904 


7,709 


14,925 


20,673 


39,327 


19,012 


22,871 


9,648 





— 


— 


10,000 


35,000 


— 


4,150,000 


25,000 


11,000 


50,000 


10,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


9,021 


— 


— 


2,820 


1,137 


5,004 


18,739 


15,098 


1,209,124 


10,780 


2,864 


16,949 


— 


— 


600 


381 


— 


17,191 


— 


— 


— 


31,724 


8,846 


30,529 


74,793 


54,425 


5,395,327 


67,672 


23,512 


66,949 


30 





3,549 


6,891 


34,840 


1,224,331 


2,951 


171 


894 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5,860,372 


— 


— 


— 


— 


680 


1,673 


7,857 


3,386 


100,217 


1,216 


85 


10,300 


30 


680 


5,222 


14,748 


38,226 


7,184,920 


4,167 


256 


11,194 


85,596 


15,645 


93,910 


231,655 


360,383 


25,503,558 


441,944 


55,723 


830,939 


162,758 


40,264 


316,676 


872,055 


1,049,901 


79,985,463 


996,535 


300,780 


1,603,192 








64,500 




8,750,590 


31,078 


27,000 


72,500 


— 


— 


— 


— 


72,592 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


64,500 


72,592 


8,750,590 


31,078 


27,000 


72,500 


5,752 


1,267 


14,388 


52,967 


103,938 


3,925,961 


34,227 


16,120 


26,294 


198 


— 


2,245 


26,565 


5,955 


782,966 


612 


4,221 


4,563 


5,950 


1,267 


16,633 


79,532 


109,893 


4,708,927 


34,839 


20,341 


30,857 


20,529 


7,782 


14,242 


80,500 


69,028 


4,661,279 


33,922 


133,000 


112,461 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5,860,372 


— 


— 


— 


50,683 


15,175 


144,615 


314,539 


355,812 


24,786,550 


436,744 


64,559 


522,091 


— 


395 


47,276 


101,329 


82,193 


5,714,187 


18,008 


157 


34,344 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


71,212 


23,352 


206,133 


496,368 


507,033 


41,022,388 


488,674 


197,716 


668,896 


85,596 


15,645 


93,910 


231,655 


360,383 


25,503,558 


441,944 


55,723 


830,939 


162,758 


40,264 


316,676 


872,055 


1,049,901 


79,985,463 


996,535 


300,780 


1,603,192 


49,578 


13,595 


169,284 


528,077 


426,763 


34,548,606 


406,275 


226,307 


955,905 


3,200 


611 


10,562 


30,753 


13,022 


1,430,026 


7,076 


3,419 


24,579 


52,778 


14,206 


179,846 


558,830 


439,785 


35,978,632 


413351 


229,726 


980,484 


44,814 


10,349 


139,371 


367,534 


292,381 


28,218,702 


291,017 


161,669 


780,766 


5,739 


1,849 


11,978 


39,293 


37,462 


2,034,249 


32,845 


24,775 


46,627 


8,272 


2,633 


15,009 


53,865 


49,677 


1,579,558 


54,700 


14,940 


49,954 


— 


— 


— 


13,257 


14,767 


672,146 


3,482 


8,925 


18,407 


3,660 


978 


7,542 


20,380 


20,889 


1,349,247 


21,728 


8,194 


28,268 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


(71) 


62.485 


15,809 


173,900 


494^29 


415,176 


33.853,902 


403,772 


218303 


923351 


(9,707) 


(1,603) 


5,946 


64,501 


24,609 


2,124,730 


9^79 


11323 


56333 



108 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Finch 
186 


Flesherton 
288 


Fonthill 
946 


Forest 
1,051 


Frankford 
704 


Gait 




12,423 






A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

78,881 

25,314 


$ 

88,061 

29,519 


$ 
353,919 
151,654 


$ 
374,984 
195,580 


$ 

234,512 
90,558 


$ 

7,277,456 


Less accumulated depreciation 


2,378,080 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

-bonds 


53,567 
11,895 

512 


58,542 

3,004 

6,000 
3,531 


202,265 
24,374 

4,716 


179,404 
10,601 

18,061 


143,954 
42,813 

334 


4,899,376 

43,770 

50,000 
152,787 


Other 


3,652 




12,407 


12,535 
20 


29,090 

335 

3,000 


28,662 
746 


43,147 
188 


250,209 


OTHER ASSETS 


400,269 


Sinking fund on debentures 


153,493 








53,446 


20 
72,517 


3,335 
179,220 


746 
325,058 


188 
104,082 


553,762 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


5,052,766 




119,420 


143,614 


413,910 


533,870 


291,371 


10,756,113 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8,500 


- 








3,902 

528 


6,063 
395 


15,880 
5,788 


22,812 
3,075 


8,500 

13,282 
1,075 




LIABILITIES 


599,568 




158,447 






Total liabilities 


4,430 
7,000 

45,741 
8,803 


6,458 
5,831 

57,064 
1,744 


21,668 
60,173 

147,673 
5,176 


25,887 
23,357 

159,568 


14,357 
24,500 

132,927 
7,005 


758,015 


EQUITY 


817,298 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


3,412,201 
715,833 


Total utility equity. 


61,544 
53,446 


64,639 
72,517 


213,022 
179,220 


182,925 
325,058 


164,432 
104,082 


4,945,332 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . 


5,052,766 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


119,420 


143,614 


413,910 


533,870 


291,371 


10,756,113 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


39,786 
2,659 


81,541 
1,514 


175,923 
18,980 


271,730 
10,731 


152,133 
15,094 


4,654,119 

72,383 


Total revenue 


42,445 


83,055 


194,903 


282,461 


167,227 


4,726,502 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


31,724 

3,069 
2,706 

2,533 


64,049 

1,543 
2,841 
1,083 
3,209 


132,368 

18,622 
24,794 

12,787 


202,971 

24,594 
30,822 

13,514 


110,658 

9,695 
12,738 
1,085 
9,283 


3,759,071 

265,393 
210,030 


Financial 

Depreciation ... 


1,141 
196,759 


Other 


10,822 






Total expense 


40,032 


72,725 


188,571 


271,901 


143,459 


4,443,216 






Net income (net expense) 


2,413 


10,330 


W32 


10,560 


23,768 


283,286 







Statements A and B 



109 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Georgetown 


Glencoe 


Gloucester 
Twp. 


Goderich 


Grand Bend 


Grand Valley 


Granton 


Gravenhurst 


Grimsby 


5,497 


825 


12,793 


2,890 


897 


439 


133 


1,768 


2,476 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


2,964,376 


238,845 


9,316,459 


1,582,592 


249,173 


133,802 


35,228 


591,828 


837,906 


808,726 


93,115 


1,924,302 


598,909 


103,418 


23,902 


10,515 


171,500 


296,155 


2,155,650 


145,730 


7,392,157 


983,683 


145,755 


109,900 


24,713 


420,328 


541,751 


58,922 


10,210 


102,756 


5,928 


34,822 


21,386 


5,114 


110 


56,569 


50,000 


— 


— 


15,000 


— 


— 


8,000 


20,000 


80,000 


— 


— 


— 


41,000 


— 


3,000 


— 


— 


— 


23,713 


10,658 


360,587 


40,478 


11,394 


3,335 


1,841 


22,916 


16,325 


1,154 


— 


34,316 


57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


133,789 


20,868 


497,659 


102,463 


46,216 


27,721 


14,955 


43,026 


152,894 


67,347 


384 


517,423 


10,070 


2,628 


95 


_ 


11,802 


— 


— 


— 


143,212 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


13,202 


6,634 


138,674 


— 


7,049 


— 


121 


1,400 


19,178 


80,549 


7,018 


799,309 


10,070 


9,677 


95 


121 


13,202 


19,178 


1,401,801 


158,234 


1,663,078 


1,137,527 


123,085 


107,639 


38,660 


461,387 


443,124 


3,771,789 


331,850 


10352,203 


2333,743 


324,733 


245355 


78,449 


937,943 


1,1564*47 


623,331 


_ 


2,809,488 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


42,000 


51,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


623,331 


- 


2,809,488 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42,000 


51,000 


265,108 


31,115 


1,022,187 


87,119 


18,008 


11,424 


3,307 


15,537 


45,178 


49,505 


448 


51,635 


43,522 


1,668 


12,000 


144 


6,732 


19,524 


314,613 


31,563 


1,073,822 


130,641 


19,676 


23,424 


3,451 


22,269 


64,702 


542,010 


20,113 


798,974 


212,960 


83,326 


10,794 


6,602 


72,279 


163,200 


— 


— 


143,212 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


825,988 


108,337 


1,861,837 


693,116 


97,148 


95,467 


29,641 


322,371 


396,074 


64,046 


13,603 


2,001,792 


59,499 


1,498 


8,031 


95 


17,637 


38,847 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,432,044 


142,053 


4,805,815 


965,575 


181,972 


1 14,292 


36,338 


412,287 


598,121 


1,401,801 


158,234 


1,663,078 


1,137,527 


123,085 


107,639 


38,660 


461,387 


443,124 


3,771,789 


331,850 


10352303 


2333,743 


324,733 


245355 


78,449 


937,943 


1,156,947 


1,715,709 


159,495 


4,782,211 


927,437 


137,853 


89,924 


23,392 


406,103 


504,600 


94,049 


3,295 


224,337 


41,756 


5,156 


611 


2,309 


16,834 


22,363 


1309,758 


162,790 


5,006348 


969,193 


143,009 


90,535 


25,701 


4224)37 


5264^63 


1,256,706 


120,153 


3,416,199 


741,746 


90,471 


67,444 


20,857 


303,114 


384,991 


71,345 


12,328 


165,234 


53,252 


11,932 


4,902 


1,259 


27,339 


33,822 


110,961 


16,031 


311,475 


99,171 


24,987 


5,518 


1,778 


29,992 


61,175 


142,276 


— 


352,306 


— 


3,410 


1,515 


— 


10,463 


13,781 


89,336 


7,879 


252,596 


44,224 


7,622 


3,693 


1,222 


18,280 


26,758 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,670,624 


156391 


4,497310 


938393 


138,422 


83,072 


25,116 


389,188 


520327 


139,134 


6399 


508,738 


30300 


4387 


7,463 


585 


33,749 


6,436 



110 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Guelph 
19,455 


Hagersville 
983 


Hamilton 
108,864 


Hanover 
2,155 


Harriston 
810 


Harrow 
795 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
12,562,995 
2,918,262 


$ 
421,398 
134,100 


$ 

48,454,073 

9,956,701 


$ 
710,185 
275,763 


$ 
373,495 
108,059 


S 
398,937 


Less accumulated depreciation 


166,327 




9,644,733 
271,632 

304,154 
8,000 


287,298 

17,189 

25,000 

12,000 

1,562 


38,497,372 

101,537 
2,805,275 

4,196,103 
125,374 


434,422 

4,350 

22,000 
35,943 


265,436 

3,711 
7,000 

1,800 


232,610 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

-bonds 


21,211 
4,607 


Other 






583,786 
501,128 
98,097 


55,751 
92 


7,228,289 

2,341,347 

2,500 


62,293 
23,064 


12,511 
536 
358 


25,818 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


14,720 
1,264 








599,225 
7,224,845 


92 
450,023 


2,343,847 
69,375,007 


23,064 
804,137 


894 
280,979 


15,984 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


294,992 




18,052,589 


793,164 


117,444,515 


13234)16 


559,820 


569,404 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


865,000 


- 


- 


- 


21,000 


- 








865,000 

316,532 
229,978 


18,787 
3,975 


4,811,713 
402,780 


929 
5,010 


21,000 

15,697 
2,334 




LIABILITIES 


19,753 




7,961 






Total liabilities 


546,510 
1,690,407 

6,287,283 
1,438,544 


22,762 
8,000 

311,131 
1,248 


5,214,493 
7,709,892 

33,433,667 

1,580,933 

130,523 


5,939 
80,162 

412,059 
21,619 


18,031 
44,708 

192,050 
3,052 


27,714 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 


12,000 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


226,241 
8,457 


Total utility equity 


9,416,234 
7,224,845 


320,379 
450,023 


42,855,015 
69,375,007 


513,840 
804,137 


239,810 
280,979 


246,698 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . 


294,992 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


18,052,589 


793,164 


117,444,515 


1,323,916 


559,820 


569,404 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


8,103,084 
334,498 


264,703 
12,434 


57,500,709 
1,459,579 


734,524 
10,175 


199,856 
3,785 


234,907 
13,323 


Total revenue 


8,437,582 


277,137 


58,960,288 


744,699 


203,641 


248,230 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


6,573,104 

362,775 
565,404 
166,481 
445,027 
44,571 


166,300 

38,287 
21,597 

12,801 


49,544,008 

2,452,605 
2,048,840 

1,141,127 
400,667 


624,737 

23,529 
46,037 

20,331 


153,411 

20,683 
13,559 
3,350 
9,976 


173,003 

19,101 
37,910 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


11,894 


Total expense 


8,157362 


2384>85 


55,587,247 


714,634 


200,979 


241,908 


Net income (net expense) 


280,220 


38,152 


3,373,041 


30,065 


2,662 


6322 



Statements A and B 



111 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Hastings 


Havelock 


Hawkesbury 


Hearst 


Hensall 


Hespeler 


Highgate 


Holstein 


Huntsville 


491 


524 


3,149 


1,241 


414 


2,278 


175 


105 


1,534 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


194,477 


179,362 


1,243,901 


785,104 


252,914 


1,354,213 


47,099 


27,437 


673,304 


76,025 


81,044 


358,089 


186,923 


84,689 


365,448 


27,779 


5,317 


161,049 


118,452 


98,318 


885,812 


598,181 


168,225 


988,765 


19,320 


22,120 


512,255 


4,975 


9,536 


91,941 


4,108 


14,130 


235 


7,193 


4,886 


2,950 


— 


38,000 


85,000 


— 


20,000 


125,000 


— 


— 


39,200 


— 


10,000 


— 


40,000 


6,926 


— 


3,000 


— 


— 


8,440 


1,336 


11,037 


32,828 


1,382 


135,738 


1,744 


102 


26,350 


9 


1,678 


— 


— 


— 


1,720 


778 


— 


— 


13,424 


60,550 


187,978 


76,936 


42,438 


262,693 


12,715 


4,988 


68,500 


- 


461 


33,872 


- 


150 


3,566 


- 


- 


18,421 


221 


6,805 


- 


- 


2,378 


- 


- 


- 


1,104 


221 


7,266 


33,872 





2,528 


3,566 


_ 


_ 


19,525 


82,841 


119,608 


550,030 


306,266 


167,256 


1,195,717 


56,620 


22,619 


573,896 


214,938 


285,742 


1,657,692 


981383 


380,447 


2,450,741 


88,655 


49,727 


1,174,176 
















9,000 


65,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9,000 


65,000 


12,388 


9,685 


104,461 


167,526 


13,215 


113,919 


3,624 


1,134 


10,861 


5,960 


660 


9,908 


11,919 


373 


18,675 


153 


84 


2,129 


18,348 


10,345 


1 14,369 


179,445 


13,588 


132,594 


3,777 


1,218 


12,990 


21,000 


62,696 


283,867 


72,177 


12,000 


77,571 


5,000 


3,762 


15,697 


91,108 


92,316 


670,563 


383,079 


186,262 


888,991 


23,169 


12,128 


500,190 


1,641 


777 


38,863 


40,416 


1,341 


155,868 


89 


1,000 


6,403 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 13,749 


155,789 


993,293 


495,672 


199,603 


1,122,430 


28,258 


16,890 


522,290 


82,841 


119,608 


550,030 


306,266 


167,256 


1,195,717 


56,620 


22,619 


573,896 


214,938 


285,742 


1,657,692 


981383 


380,447 


2,450,741 


88,655 


49,727 


1,174,176 


88,013 


80,618 


1,471,188 


592,533 


154,564 


934,819 


32,436 


14,822 


458,973 


7,831 


9,079 


41,468 


18,838 


3,868 


61,429 


1,618 


1,415 


12,964 


95,844 


89,697 


1,512,656 


611371 


158,432 


996,248 


34,054 


16,237 


471,937 


64,911 


68,601 


1,266,478 


526,939 


116,621 


785,314 


29,068 


11,634 


353,813 


7,454 


5,938 


33,546 


16,331 


7,027 


55,375 


4,009 


343 


35,828 


11,243 


13,522 


75,379 


38,955 


11,010 


49,534 


3,300 


1,156 


28,704 


68 


— 


— 


1,107 


— 


— 


— 


1,213 


3,025 


6,876 


6,563 


36,363 


22,696 


7,500 


34,602 


1,883 


755 


17,447 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


90,552 


94,624 


1,411,766 


606,028 


142,158 


924,825 


38,260 


15,101 


438^17 


5,292 


(4,927) 


100^90 


5343 


16,274 


71,423 


(4,206) 


1,136 


33,120 



112 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Ingersoll 
3,099 


Iroquois 
476 


Jarvis 
411 


Kapuskasing 
2,504 


Kemptville 
1,035 






4,787 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
1,644,598 
548,650 


$ 
224,984 
97,118 


$ 

150,192 
48,613 


$ 

1,121,052 
238,280 


$ 
690,644 
120,140 


$ 

2,123,617 


Less accumulated depreciation 


760,890 




1,095,948 
15,300 

33,845 


127,866 

9,538 

23,000 

4,368 

670 


101,579 
24,173 

2,802 


882,772 
275 

41,091 
611 


570,504 
9,624 

5,033 


1,362,727 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

—bonds 


25,000 
114,913 


Other 


9,025 




49,145 
129,670 


37,576 

858 

1,339 


26,975 
168 


41,977 
18,830 
3,286 


14,657 
18,157 
4,639 


148,938 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


- 








129,670 
1,269,190 


2,197 
122,695 


168 
102,222 


22,116 
418,458 


22,796 
317,399 




Equity in Ontario Hydro 


342,930 




2,543,953 


290334 


230,944 


1365323 


925356 


1,854395 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


- 


- 


83,525 


175,000 


389,000 




106,976 
9,543 


14,588 
1,777 


6,767 
1,743 


83,525 

146,227 
18,927 


175,000 

35,503 
49,636 


389,000 


LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 


52,644 




25,296 






Total liabilities 


116,519 
197,555 

923,038 
37,651 


16,365 

32,885 
118,389 


8,510 
10,500 

91,961 
17,751 


165,154 
201,954 

492,937 
3,295 


85,139 
41,507 

301,570 
4,741 


77,940 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 


226,652 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


818,073 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . . 


1,158,244 
1,269,190 


151,274 
122,695 


120,212 
102,222 


698,186 
418,458 


347,818 
317,399 


1,044,725 
342,930 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


2,543,953 


290^34 


230,944 


1365323 


925356 


1,854395 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


776,435 
51,535 


121,002 
2,786 


76,197 
2,489 


729,309 
30,899 


335,575 
19,624 


1,131,429 
46,844 


Total revenue 


827,970 


123,788 


78,686 


760308 


355,199 


1,178373 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


575,612 

69,552 
75,091 

44,426 


94,335 

10,122 
17,503 

7,073 


58,842 

2,218 
8,035 

5,457 


483,149 

45,583 
84,443 
20,099 
33,656 


236,000 

25,447 
40,653 
26,197 
17,635 


761,993 
148,706 


Administration 


113,901 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


45,700 
73,805 






Total expense 


764,681 


129,033 


74352 


666,930 


345,932 


1,144,105 






Net income (net expense) 


63,289 


(5345) 


4,134 


93378 


9367 


34,168 



Statements A and B 



113 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Killaloe Sin 


Kincardine 


King City 


Kingston 


Kingsville 


Kirkfield 


Kitchener 


Lakefield 


Lambeth 


305 


1,790 


572 


19,835 


1,886 


117 


37,533 


904 


837 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


86,076 


673,740 


182,815 


11,278,550 


639,104 


33,319 


26,591,825 


493,266 


248,629 


38,538 


186,037 


84,542 


3,825,631 


226,402 


14,631 


6,990,132 


186,703 


112,574 


47,538 


487,703 


98,273 


7,452,919 


412,702 


18,688 


19,601,693 


306,563 


136,055 


12,932 


43,215 


35,036 


806,692 


217 


920 


213,550 


1,079 


66,345 


— 


— 


20,000 


40,000 


— 


— 


800,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


8,500 


10,000 


— 


— 


— 


5,448 


28,589 


1,646 


532,080 


14,028 


1,135 


1,209,250 


18,150 


10,364 


— 


— 


188 


530 


60 


264 


2,452 


— 


— 


18,380 


71,804 


56,870 


1,379,302 


22,805 


12,319 


2,225,252 


19,229 


76,709 


- 


27,425 


43 


449,763 


6,964 


592 


607,664 


15,539 


- 


2,455 


- 


12,207 


17,845 


340 


672 


48,042 


- 


5,370 


2,455 


27,425 


12,250 


467,608 


7,304 


1,264 


655,706 


15,539 


5,370 


38,534 


476,323 


99,880 


6,199,985 


426,139 


23,352 


13,745,616 


247,513 


163,446 


106,907 


1,063,255 


267,273 


15,499,814 


868,950 


55,623 


36,228,267 


588,844 


381,580 


17,000 




60,300 


2,478,600 


51,000 




1,858,000 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


17,000 


- 


60,300 


2,478,600 


51,000 


- 


1,858,000 


- 


- 


785 


37,351 


17,950 


624,195 


46,903 


228 


1,205,263 


20,079 


12,602 


231 


2,579 


16,793 


168,745 


9,396 


13 


471,717 


1,893 


1,112 


1,016 


39,930 


34,743 


792,940 


56,299 


241 


1,676,980 


21,972 


13,714 


23,000 


60,000 


49,788 


1,861,585 


42,500 


5,766 


4,234,244 


33,500 


32,500 


27,336 


430,494 


6,863 


4,166,704 


269,969 


26,264 


12,834,858 


272,784 


158,777 


21 


56,508 


15,699 


— 


23,043 


— 


1,878,569 


13,075 


13,143 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


50,357 


547,002 


72,350 


6,028,289 


335,512 


32,030 


18,947,671 


319,359 


204,420 


38,534 


476,323 


99,880 


6,199,985 


426,139 


23,352 


13,745,616 


247,513 


163,446 


106,907 


1,063,255 


267,273 


15,499,814 


8684)50 


55,623 


36,228,267 


588,844 


381,580 


53,546 


487,314 


138,346 


6,554,485 


475,659 


16,198 


14,127,009 


216,151 


143,494 


1,517 


20,551 


12,199 


307,501 


7,568 


1,492 


402,275 


15,846 


12,020 


55,063 


507,865 


150,545 


6,861,986 


483,227 


17,690 


14,529,284 


2314W 


1554514 


37,442 


355,368 


110,816 


4,948,797 


349,736 


15,962 


10,514,077 


190,870 


127,650 


2,136 


24,233 


2,230 


435,790 


23,198 


1,213 


888,220 


14,120 


4,712 


6,950 


36,791 


16,908 


596,086 


38,551 


1,349 


907,990 


16,266 


13,534 


3,670 


— 


9,633 


312,349 


8,342 


— 


529,310 


— 


— 


2,899 


20,383 


7,275 


307,264 


17,503 


1,255 


645,143 


17,618 


8,864 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


63,502 


— 


— 


53,097 


436,775 


146,862 


6,600,286 


437,330 


19,779 


13.548,242 


238,874 


154,760 


1,966 


71,090 


3,683 


261,700 


45397 


(2,089) 


981,042 


(6377) 


754 



114 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Lanark 

337 


Lancaster 

237 


Larder Lake 
Twp. 
501 


Latchford 
185 


Leamington 
3,963 


Lindsay 

4,827 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

118,337 
38,739 


$ 

79,360 

29,254 


$ 

117,008 
50,257 


$ 

74,001 

29,155 


$ 

1,542,110 

517,724 


$ 

2,587,796 
805,535 




79,598 
9,451 

2,959 


50,106 

7,443 
6,000 
11,810 
2,598 
750 


66,751 
13,806 

898 


44,846 
6,663 

5,544 
166 


1,024,386 

146,875 
60,000 

20,192 


1,782,261 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


12,116 
25,000 

18,231 


Total current assets 


12,410 

254 


28,601 
3,353 


14,704 


12,373 


227,067 
63,729 
10,883 


55,347 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


62,313 








254 
74,646 


3,353 
56,286 


97,086 


22,156 


74,612 
1,208,344 


62,313 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,746,615 




166,908 


138,346 


178341 


79375 


2334,409 


3,646336 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20,500 


81,000 








8,464 
716 


5,570 
549 


12,970 
6,314 


2,930 
458 


20,500 

118,423 
56,589 


81,000 


LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 


167,200 


Other liabilities 


7,870 








9,180 

7,317 

73,079 
2,686 


6,119 
8,917 

63,141 
3,883 


19,284 
15,753 

44,504 
1,914 


3,388 
18,901 

28,231 
6,699 


175,012 
105,600 

1,013,929 
11,024 


175,070 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 


149,000 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


1,462,589 
32,262 




83,082 
74,646 


75,941 
56,286 


62,171 
97,086 


53,831 
22,156 


1,130,553 
1,208,344 


1,643,851 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . . 


1,746,615 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


166,908 


138^46 


178341 


79375 


2334,409 


3,646336 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


69,572 
4,721 


47,269 
4,578 


100,941 
3,198 


36,740 
1,616 


1,062,369 
25,393 


1,779,561 

59,582 






Total revenue 


74,293 


51,847 


104,139 


38356 


1,087,762 


1,839,143 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


56,804 

5,225 
5,796 

4,153 


38,940 

3,605 
4,694 

2,621 


72,490 

8,956 
13,669 

4,201 


27,529 

3,073 
3,259 

2,530 


870,509 

50,809 

78,087 

3,493 

42,929 


1,358,386 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


123,077 
133,075 


Financial 
Depreciation 


8,965 
69,977 


Other 




Total expense 


71,978 


49,860 


99316 


36391 


1,045,827 


1,693,480 


Net income (net expense) 


2315 


1,987 


4,823 


1,965 


41,935 


145,663 



Statements A and B 



115 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Listowel 


London 


L'Orignal 


Lucan 


Lucknow 


Lynden 


Madoc 


Magnetawan 


Markdale 


1,897 


73,455 


469 


517 


518 


197 


645 


127 


611 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


814,199 


42,154,703 


221,372 


200,491 


167,450 


76,466 


319,141 


45,668 


261,699 


349,048 


13,782,560 


89,874 


58,354 


46,823 


36,059 


147,777 


19,141 


45,482 


465,151 


28,372,143 


131,498 


142,137 


120,627 


40,407 


171,364 


26,527 


216,217 


70,017 


4,332,221 


4,088 


6,944 


2,097 


8,081 


34,425 


53 


9,870 


20,118 


— 


6,000 


— 


28,141 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


614,562 


— 


— 


2,000 


— 


— 


2,000 


— 


5,476 


1,815,306 


3,021 


9,476 


1,864 


2,151 


2,769 


1,238 


4,540 


— 


26,823 


1,301 


— 


3,743 


— 


— 


— 


— 


95,611 


6,788,912 


14,410 


16,420 


37,845 


10,232 


37,194 


3,291 


14,410 


- 


1,503,186 


- 


408 


- 


- 


8,807 


405 


175 


- 


557,080 


381 


- 


- 


- 


40 


435 


1,286 





2,060,266 


381 


408 








8,847 


840 


1,461 


716,973 


21,853,459 


60,903 


131,156 


183,574 


69,854 


166,645 


13,662 


135,396 


1,277,735 


59,074,780 


207,192 


290,121 


342,046 


120,493 


384,050 


44,320 


367,484 




6,240,528 










16,000 


_ 


60,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


6,240,528 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16,000 


- 


60,000 


54,341 


3,182,287 


8,993 


10,057 


12,784 


5,870 


13,415 


2,385 


13,168 


5,070 


237,847 


775 


1,059 


— 


92 


2,434 


— 


779 


59,411 


3,420,134 


9,768 


11,116 


12,784 


5,962 


15,849 


2,385 


13,947 


132,673 


8,168,747 


26,122 


11,214 


17,614 


4,495 


18,000 


23,510 


6,370 


353,354 


16,436,595 


105,074 


129,579 


124,752 


40,182 


167,421 


4,599 


140,828 


15,324 


2,796,166 


5,325 


7,056 


3,322 


— 


135 


164 


10,943 


— 


159,151 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


501,351 


27,560,659 


136,521 


147,849 


145,688 


44,677 


185,556 


28,273 


158,141 


716,973 


21,853,459 


60,903 


131,156 


183,574 


69,854 


166,645 


13,662 


135,396 


1,277,735 


59,074,780 


207,192 


290,121 


342,046 


120,493 


384,050 


44^20 


367,484 


639,157 


22,664,847 


102,773 


128,748 


99,327 


40,392 


152,184 


17,261 


150,905 


24,139 


1,378,058 


10,563 


5,183 


3,744 


4,348 


10,357 


452 


2,407 


663,2% 


24,042,905 


113,336 


133,931 


103,071 


44,740 


162,541 


17,713 


153312 


548,723 


17,844,977 


86,734 


90,846 


86,764 


33,614 


124,362 


14,038 


113,125 


30,903 


1,239,667 


6,251 


8,577 


7,345 


3,628 


9,183 


925 


10,244 


32,389 


1,540,935 


9,520 


11,318 


13,000 


3,583 


13,092 


1,810 


9,472 


4 


1,040,038 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,566 


— 


4,496 


27,742 


1,178,461 


7,755 


6,725 


4,637 


3,295 


11,968 


1,469 


6,358 


733 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


640,494 


22,844,078 


110,260 


117,466 


111,746 


44,120 


162,171 


18,242 


143,695 


22,802 


1,198327 


3,076 


16,465 


(8,675) 


620 


370 


(529) 


9,617 



116 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Markham 
4,259 


Marmora 
611 


Martintown 
122 


Massey 
458 


Maxville 

352 


McGarry Twp. 
400 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
2,361,557 
312,903 


$ 
233,261 
92,009 


$ 

47,347 

24,654 


$ 

178,301 
47,325 


$ 

150,232 
36,810 


$ 

117,629 
53,717 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

—bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


2,048,654 

27,894 
100,000 

40,579 
9,622 


141,252 

33,637 

3,000 
3,670 
3,251 


22,693 

4,104 
3,000 

1,748 


130,976 

8,604 

4,000 

3,845 

803 


113,422 

12,892 
5,000 

2,870 


63,912 

826 

14,000 

10,000 

1,309 

749 




178,095 
50,062 
26,013 


43,558 

444 

3,265 


8,852 
1,228 


17,252 
1,008 


20,762 


26,884 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 


- 






Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


76,075 
637,875 


3,709 
122,042 


1,228 
26,037 


1,008 
59,770 


102,240 


93,709 




2,940,699 


310,561 


58,810 


209,006 


236,424 


184305 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


478,465 


40,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 








478,465 

141,639 
39,586 


40,000 

13,039 
1,570 


1,973 
50 


9,032 
4,611 


6,943 
145 




LIABILITIES 


2,129 


Other liabilities 


2,115 


Total liabilities 

EQUITY 


181,225 
176,013 

586,917 
880,204 


14,609 
15,092 

113,818 
5,000 


2,023 

5,347 

25,328 
75 


13,643 
42,448 

90,445 
2,700 


7,088 
13,642 

104,437 
9,017 


4,244 
13,782 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


72,590 
180 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,643,134 
637,875 


133,910 
122,042 


30,750 
26,037 


135,593 
59,770 


127,096 
102,240 


86,552 
93,709 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


2,940,699 


310,561 


58,810 


209,006 


236,424 


184305 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


1,361,332 
34,908 


129,915 
6,584 


17,117 
1,931 


107,459 
4,474 


78,877 
2,289 


80,085 
6,289 


Total revenue 


1396,240 


136,499 


19,048 


111,933 


81,166 


86374 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


1,035,196 

60,224 
115,989 
68,437 
55,374 


91,132 

6,905 
14,624 
2,995 
8,514 


13,531 

1,324 
2,206 

1,798 


83,612 

5,258 
10,224 
3,922 
5,057 


66,905 

2,845 
3,603 

4,337 


59,699 


Operation and maintenance 

Administration 


4,614 
12,501 


Financial 

Depreciation 


4,215 


Other 




Total expense 


1335,220 


124,170 


18,859 


108,073 


77,690 


81,029 


Net income (net expense) 


61,020 


12329 


189 


3,860 


3,476 


5345 



Statements A and B 



117 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Meaford 


Merlin 


Merrickville 


Midland 


Mildmay 


Millbrook 


Milton 


Milverton 


Mississauga 


1,846 


297 


402 


4,209 


420 


372 


2,942 


536 


52,110 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


753,775 


126,552 


118,559 


1,745,685 


115,353 


162,417 


2,405,817 


211,879 


45,359,159 


223,930 


62,456 


33,073 


685,843 


25,284 


52,948 


555,961 


37,473 


5,960,677 


529,845 


64,096 


85,486 


1,059,842 


90,069 


109,469 


1,849,856 


174,406 


39,398,482 


38,683 


3,927 


7,533 


17,484 


8,320 


1,424 


20,951 


10,790 


40,315 


14,000 


18,500 


5,000 


— 


2,000 


5,000 


— 


— 


350,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,500 


5,000 


— 


— 


8,000 


13,593 


2,405 


4,655 


92,338 


47 


4,512 


49,617 


3,803 


3,453,826 


274 


— 


1,033 


1,905 


— 


— 


36,912 


168 


365,502 


66,550 


24,832 


18,221 


111,727 


12,867 


15,936 


107,480 


14,761 


4,217,643 


38,639 


79 





54,391 


201 





5,220 


104 


2,238,931 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


640,137 


6,111 


2,387 


1,033 


6,611 


— 


— 


84,859 


1,887 


1,615,779 


44,750 


2,466 


1,033 


61,002 


201 





90,079 


1,991 


4,494,847 


525,160 


77,502 


66,144 


1,781,446 


79,652 


69,457 


881,467 


230,539 


11,463,076 


1,166305 


168,8% 


170,884 


3,014,017 


182,789 


194,862 


2,928,882 


421,697 


59374,048 


89,000 






219,000 






181,000 


_ 


13,990,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


89,000 


- 


- 


219,000 


- 


- 


181,000 


- 


13,990,000 


37,364 


4,687 


13,254 


163,621 


9,525 


20,840 


186,085 


13,257 


5,680,924 


2,879 


594 


1,058 


22,019 


1,166 


1,308 


135,322 


958 


574,579 


40,243 


5,281 


14,312 


185,640 


10,691 


22,148 


321,407 


14,215 


6,255,503 


83,725 


13,122 


24,647 


142,945 


12,303 


9,000 


127,523 


24,260 


2,649,273 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


640,137 


416,026 


70,664 


57,570 


672,408 


77,634 


86,340 


835,914 


149,463 


12,248,835 


12,151 


2,327 


8,211 


12,578 


2,509 


7,917 


581,571 


3,220 


12,327,224 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


511,902 


86,113 


90,428 


827,931 


92,446 


103,257 


1,545,008 


176,943 


27,865,469 


525,160 


77,502 


66,144 


1,781,446 


79,652 


69,457 


881,467 


230,539 


11,463,076 


1,166^05 


168,896 


170,884 


3,014,017 


182,789 


194,862 


2,928,882 


421,697 


59374,048 


543,133 


45,303 


83,876 


1,455,565 


72,785 


64,862 


1,121,813 


145,313 


27,263,330 


13,108 


6,049 


1,860 


30,364 


1,955 


7,738 


55,805 


2,004 


854,241 


556,241 


51352 


85,736 


1,485,929 


74,740 


72,600 


1,177,618 


147317 


28,117371 


405,444 


42,907 


65,732 


1,213,112 


56,385 


55,943 


848,414 


113,341 


22,082,604 


22,750 


2,096 


4,994 


89,913 


8,078 


6,563 


43,589 


4,524 


1,098,662 


53,608 


9,364 


7,719 


82,369 


7,320 


7,783 


1 10,573 


11,230 


1,101,138 


15,595 


— 


— 


27,423 


— 


— 


30,151 


1,026 


1,730,929 


20,869 


3,962 


3,754 


51,813 


3,750 


5,695 


61,192 


5,614 


1,007,998 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


518,266 


58329 


82,199 


1,464,630 


75333 


75,984 


1,093,919 


135,735 


27,021331 


37,975 


(6^77) 


3337 


21,299 


(793) 


(3384) 


83,699 


11382 


1,096340 



118 



Municipal Electrical Service 

Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Mitchell 
1,106 


Moorefield 
151 


Morrisburg 
910 


Mount Brydges 
488 


Mount Forest 
1,431 


Napanee 
1,923 






A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
626,313 
176,453 


$ 

53,283 

23,246 


$ 

324,171 
121,366 


$ 

155,314 
39,712 


$ 

454,801 
156,610 


$ 

866,475 


Less accumulated depreciation 


290,993 




449,860 
24,848 

10,285 
948 


30,037 

2,828 

3,000 

1,000 

136 


202,805 

26,477 
3,000 
8,000 
5,398 


115,602 
9,558 

5,612 


298,191 

9,646 
10,000 

1,000 
12,328 


575,482 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


50,407 
24,375 


Other 


2,443 




36,081 
31,687 
14,978 


6,964 


42,875 
13,658 


15,170 
89 


32,974 
18,361 
2,318 


77,225 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


17,562 








46,665 
397,026 


52,727 


13,658 
197,329 


89 
75,975 


20,679 
373,227 


17,562 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


643,783 




929,632 


89,728 


456,667 


206,836 


725,071 


1314,052 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


65,700 


- 


- 


5,400 


- 


- 




65,700 

41,559 
1,537 


3,217 


19,457 
10,073 


5,400 

14,344 
823 


30,178 
3,333 




LIABILITIES 


60,225 


Other liabilities 


20,331 








43,096 
68,373 

345,026 
10,411 


3,217 
4,500 

29,284 


29,530 
31,636 

120,293 
77,879 


15,167 
13,554 

92,351 
4,389 


33,511 
21,627 

291,816 
4,890 


80,556 


EQUITY 


70,000 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


513,060 
6,653 






Total utility equity 


423,810 
397,026 


33,784 
52,727 


229,808 
197,329 


1 10,294 
75,975 


318,333 

373,227 


589,713 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . . 


643,783 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


929,632 


89,728 


456,667 


206,836 


725,071 


1314,052 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


361,799 
13,031 


33,306 
1,753 


217,812 
3,268 


64,493 
4,155 


325,558 
5,193 


522,953 
35,745 


Total revenue 


374,830 


35,059 


221,080 


68,648 


330,751 


558,698 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


263,374 

17,287 
41,455 
11,460 
15,637 


29,384 

3,004 
1,399 

2,219 


170,729 

12,586 
21,811 

9,424 


54,278 

3,271 

11,221 

1,309 

4,559 


277,250 

18,373 
22,264 

12,499 


388,089 
37,616 


Administration 


59,482 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


3,356 
28,976 


Total expense 


349,213 


36,006 


214,550 


74,638 


330386 


517319 


Net income (net expense) 


25,617 


(947) 


6430 


(5,990) 


365 


41,179 





Statements A and B 



119 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Nepean Twp. 


Neustadt 


Newboro 


Newburgh 


Newbury 


Newcastle 


New Hamburg 


Newmarket 


Niagara 


16,328 


235 


174 


225 


171 


691 


1,138 


4,236 


1,244 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


S 


$ 


$ 


12,233,949 


71,573 


69,032 


141,232 


46,212 


464,205 


544,069 


2,964,222 


511,810 


2,727,410 


23,636 


23,071 


59,408 


19,198 


155,976 


92,543 


712,940 


194,054 


9,506,539 


47,937 


45,961 


81,824 


27,014 


308,229 


451,526 


2,251,282 


317,756 


290,992 


5,457 


6,019 


3,718 


2,662 


28,391 


21,991 


90,230 


4,320 


1,000,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


15,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,000 


— 


5,000 


4,000 


— 


— 


— 


393,626 


1,764 


2,635 


2,120 


296 


1,669 


10,344 


57,380 


15,320 


214,317 


— 


— 


— 


80 


— 


62 


31,386 


5,000 


1,898,935 


7,221 


10,654 


5,838 


8,038 


49,060 


32,397 


178,996 


24,640 


406,273 

















861 


98,829 


34,112 


187,414 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


158,118 


— 


— 


— 


— 


270 


3,813 


41,108 


4,888 


751,805 











_ 


270 


4,674 


139,937 


39,000 


2,937,130 


57,898 


16,710 


35,905 


34,550 


147,941 


353,126 


912,252 


329,730 


15,094,409 


113,056 


73325 


123367 


69,602 


505,500 


841,723 


3,482,467 


711,126 


5,745,000 


15,918 


- 


- 


- 


57,000 


52,000 


411,123 


35,000 


5,745,000 


15,918 


- 


- 


- 


57,000 


52,000 


411,123 


35,000 


1,156,561 


2,944 


3,734 


5,971 


4,758 


30,487 


32,454 


387,409 


25,799 


45,026 


112 


81 


270 


— 


6,562 


5,189 


9,749 


6,530 


1,201,587 


3,056 


3,815 


6,241 


4,758 


37,049 


37,643 


397,158 


32,329 


1,805,000 


19,547 


15,674 


14,000 


9,754 


66,486 


50,264 


182,815 


80,469 


187,414 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,939,665 


16,637 


32,440 


59,027 


20,375 


164,376 


262,063 


931,389 


219,313 


1,278,613 


— 


4,686 


8,394 


165 


32,648 


86,627 


647,730 


14,285 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


5,210,692 


36,184 


52,800 


81,421 


30,294 


263,510 


398,954 


1,761,934 


314,067 


2,937,130 


57,898 


16,710 


35,905 


34,550 


147,941 


353,126 


912,252 


329,730 


15,094,409 


113,056 


73325 


123367 


69,602 


505300 


841,723 


3,482,467 


711,126 


7,760,362 


44,311 


28,408 


45,153 


26,499 


214,994 


348,666 


1,483,459 


279,422 


330,401 


818 


2,279 


2,764 


577 


11,620 


8,937 


99,839 


9,689 


8,090,763 


45,129 


30,687 


47,917 


27,076 


226,614 


357,603 


1383398 


289,111 


5,838,516 


32,620 


20,529 


32,617 


23,028 


142,305 


275,692 


1,050,918 


205,790 


414,657 


878 


1,517 


2,565 


1,305 


16,530 


27,339 


87,978 


37,638 


525,201 


2,905 


4,175 


5,965 


2,218 


20,466 


33,003 


146,928 


29,266 


728,137 


3,573 


— 


— 


— 


13,539 


10,492 


74,599 


6,574 


301,819 


2,649 


2,473 


5,067 


1,611 


15,117 


12,884 


87,991 


14,605 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


7308330 


42,625 


28,694 


46314 


28,162 


207357 


359,410 


1,448,414 


293373 


282,433 


2^04 


1,993 


1,703 


(1,086) 


18,657 


(1,807) 


134,884 


(4,762) 



120 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Niagara Falls 
20,476 


Nipigon Twp. 
892 


North Bay 
16,889 


North York 
135,243 


Norwich 
755 


Norwood 




524 






A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

12,425,455 
3,244,307 


$ 
384,232 
164,604 


$ 
9,089,497 
2,866,312 


$ 
77,424,524 
17,039,200 


$ 
204,086 
66,771 


$ 

229,151 


Less accumulated depreciation 


116,143 




9,181,148 

300,000 
63,000 
66,404 
44,598 


219,628 

18,376 

2,500 
9,838 


6,223,185 
2,794 

292,029 
4,775 


60,385,324 

1 10,208 
4,990,811 

2,174,425 
16,148 


137,315 

22,556 

7,500 
6,039 


113,008 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


1,201 

13,000 
3,714 


Other 


709 




474,002 
427,416 
327,591 


30,714 
896 


299,598 

238,984 

70,322 


7,291,592 

2,893,689 

7,189,004 

110,714 


36,095 
1,132 


18,624 


OTHER ASSETS 




Sinking fund on debentures 


482 








755,007 
6,124,448 


896 
254,384 


309,306 
3,798,148 


10,193,407 
28,506,750 


1,132 
210,045 


482 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


108,519 




16,534,605 


505,622 


10,630,237 


106377,073 


384387 


240,633 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


717,239 


- 


1,938,670 


9,623,152 


38,460 


- 




717,239 

384,429 
571,627 


21,929 
3,780 


1,938,670 

634,978 
237,778 


9,623,152 

5,796,007 
370,541 


38,460 

12,169 
5,143 




LIABILITIES 


11,737 




857 








956,056 
2,299,422 

5,019,072 
1,418,368 


25,709 
10,000 

202,479 
13,050 


872,756 
1,426,547 

2,506,753 
87,363 


6,166,548 

5,755,359 
7,189,004 

45,016,641 
4,119,619 


17,312 
13,756 

105,014 


12,594 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 

Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


55,100 

57,538 
6,882 






Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . 


8,736,862 
6,124,448 


225,529 
254,384 


4,020,663 
3,798,148 


62,080,623 
28,506,750 


118,770 
210,045 


119,520 
108,519 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


16,534,605 


505,622 


10,630,237 


106377,073 


384387 


240,633 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


5,392,921 
225,805 


267,435 
17,887 


5,622,125 
255,719 


54,161,485 
1,883,936 


126,759 
5,411 


106,332 
10,039 


Total revenue 


5,618,726 


285,322 


5,877,844 


56,045,421 


132,170 


116371 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


3,903,934 

512,965 
419,049 
126,901 
304,938 
27,871 


198,969 

20,474 
37,164 

13,473 


4,164,482 

306,985 
591,198 
269,661 
287,619 


41,642,243 

2,566,679 

2,528,557 

766,994 

2,232,065 


94,189 

20,847 
16,221 
2,042 
5,727 


84,563 
11,364 




10,369 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


9,868 






Total expense 


5,295,658 


270,080 


5,619,945 


49,736^38 


139,026 


116,164 


Net income (net expense) 


323,068 


15,242 


257,899 


6308,883 


(6,856) 


207 



Statements A and B 



121 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Oakville 


Oil Springs 


Omemee 


Orangeville 


Orillia 


Orono 


Oshawa 


Ottawa 


Otterville 


19,821 


276 


335 


3,880 


8,305 


425 


28,992 


103,352 


307 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


17,442,229 


104,571 


163,658 


1,655,829 


9,223,403 


187,823 


18,925,848 


65,663,891 


109,554 


3,888,966 


43,515 


55,724 


383,330 


2,865,363 


61,650 


5,977,404 


12,931,240 


50,087 


13,553,263 


61,056 


107,934 


1,272,499 


6,358,040 


126,173 


12,948,444 


52,732,651 


59,467 


3,250 


5,219 


12,710 


53,343 


10,080 


5,039 


572,906 


419,238 


5,527 


2,349,450 


5,000 


— 


140,000 


45,137 


— 


500,364 


1,925,000 


10,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


96,066 


2,500 


— 


200,000 


— 


696,034 


824 


5,091 


21,536 


337,940 


1,810 


1,328,981 


2,307,051 


2,214 


13,056 


— 


— 


480 


— 


— 


2,962 


646,892 


— 


3,061,790 


11,043 


17,801 


215,359 


489,223 


9,349 


2,405,213 


5,498,181 


17,741 


409,572 


334 


- 


46,077 


301,120 


889 


1,026,945 


1,850,934 


744 


98,029 


6,955 


- 


5,761 


202,196 


267 


81,404 


1,480,695 


2,993 


507,601 


7,289 


_ 


51,838 


503,316 


1,156 


1,108,349 


3,331,629 


3,737 


6,453,956 


99,553 


68,189 


670,938 


1,007,333 


80,932 


11,664,783 


27,546,272 


74,658 


23,576,610 


178,941 


193,924 


2,210,634 


8357,912 


217,610 


28,126,789 


89,108,733 


155,603 


2,660,300 


- 


- 


131,500 


2,118,519 


17,300 


1,923,200 


277,000 


- 


2,660,300 


- 


- 


131,500 


2,118,519 


17,300 


1.923,200 


277,000 


- 


2,481,425 


2,952 


6,117 


71,920 


649,876 


8,562 


2,585,840 


4,627,621 


4,847 


207,071 


486 


695 


10,147 


30,577 


3,133 


609,756 


1,502,497 


666 


2,688,496 


3,438 


6,812 


82,067 


680,453 


11,695 


3,195,596 


6,130,118 


5,513 


2,608,084 


16,721 


12,000 


96,094 


2,928,244 


25,268 


1,224,173 


9,613,698 


4,500 


5,814,202 


58,928 


87,492 


780,159 


1,380,265 


82,415 


8,903,607 


39,909,829 


70,932 


3,351,572 


301 


19,431 


449,876 


147,032 


— 


1,215,430 


5,431,816 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


96,066 


— 


— 


200,000 


— 


11,773,858 


75,950 


118,923 


1,326,129 


4,551,607 


107,683 


11,343,210 


55,155,343 


75,432 


6,453,956 


99,553 


68,189 


670,938 


1,007,333 


80,932 


11,664,783 


27,546,272 


74,658 


23,576,610 


178,941 


193,924 


2,210,634 


83574)12 


217,610 


28,126,789 


89,108,733 


155,603 


10,818,886 


34,033 


59,979 


991,976 


2,817,839 


106,904 


13,010,398 


41,509,065 


52,591 


561,349 


2,465 


6,179 


35,706 


78,023 


2,156 


365,736 


1,276,019 


2,339 


11,3*0,235 


36,498 


66,158 


1,027,682 


2,895,862 


109,060 


13376,134 


42,785,084 


54,930 


8,383,470 


23,276 


48,601 


728,405 


1,674,364 


79,769 


10,217,986 


31,717,217 


39,739 


— 


— 


— 


— 


292,999 


— 


— 


496,164 


— 


509,807 


2,632 


5,975 


45,643 


162,311 


6,486 


763,940 


2,823,202 


2,211 


446,151 


8,432 


7,091 


86,878 


221,133 


16,391 


871,920 


2,091,900 


5,736 


428,560 


— 


— 


21,418 


257,247 


3,162 


235,263 


145,380 


— 


452,158 


3,342 


6,240 


43,532 


223,577 


5,794 


555,608 


1,535,734 


4,029 


10,220,146 


37,682 


67,907 


925,876 


2,831,631 


111,602 


12,644,717 


38,809397 


51,715 


1,160,089 


(1,184) 


(1,749) 


101,806 


64,231 


(2,542) 


731,417 


3,975,487 


3315 



122 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Owen Sound 
6,959 


Paisley 
426 


Palmerston 
801 


Paris 
2,413 


Parkhill 
559 


Parry Sound 




2,378 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 

3,440,209 
1,216,204 


$ 

181,364 
40,853 


$ 

368,078 
131,583 


$ 

1,048,040 
409,867 


$ 

268,679 
90,864 


$ 

1,606,760 
623,071 




2,224,005 
22,912 

251,439 


140,511 

3,872 

3,000 
3,767 


236,495 
31,377 

961 


638,173 

51,536 
100,000 

8,190 
1,200 


177,815 
22,723 

3,649 


983,689 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


9,842 
50,000 

7,531 


Other 


- 




274,351 

75,834 

167 


10,639 
1,976 
1,406 


32,338 
1,147 


160,926 
4,211 


26,372 

1,984 

898 


67,373 


OTHER ASSETS 


24,297 


Sinking fund on debentures 


— 








76,001 
2,489,006 


3,382 
105,581 


1,147 
281,823 


4,211 
810,082 


2,882 
177,143 


24,297 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


354,685 




5,063363 


260,113 


551,803 


1,613392 


384,212 


1,430,044 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


23,000 


18,100 


18,843 


- 


5,500 




168,617 
4,010 


23,000 

15,491 
766 


18,100 

15,018 
2,279 


18,843 

48,396 
20,910 


10,782 
668 


5,500 


LIABILITIES 


41,499 




37,493 






Total liabilities 


172,627 
208,372 

2,154,630 
38,728 


16,257 
15,623 

96,685 
2,967 


17,297 
43,900 

184,717 
5,966 


69,306 
180,763 

479,253 
55,145 


11,450 
29,907 

165,412 
300 


78,992 


EQUITY 


463,000 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


515,022 
10,535 
2,310 






Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . . 


2,401,730 
2,489,006 


115,275 
105,581 


234,583 
281,823 


715,161 
810,082 


195,619 
177,143 


990,867 
354,685 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


5,063363 


260,113 


551,803 


1,613392 


384312 


1,430,044 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


2,228,793 
88,050 


98,270 
1,806 


186,580 
1,807 


603,079 
20,147 


141,261 
7,849 


628,572 
52,556 


Total revenue 


2316,843 


100,076 


188387 


623326 


149,110 


681,128 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 


1,755,442 

119,680 

155,349 

549 

109,966 


78,908 

4,521 
8,693 
3,359 
4,839 


127,042 

9,936 
19,989 

4,080 
10,449 


470,622 

32,073 

47,908 

7,704 

31,513 


97,011 

9,190 
16,475 

9,052 


418,144 

56,847 

68,265 

60,940 

5,986 


Depreciation 


50,736 


Other 




Total expense 


2,140,986 


100320 


171,496 


589,820 


131,728 


660,918 






Net income (net expense) 


175357 


(244) 


16,891 


33,406 


17382 


20310 



Statements A and B 



123 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Pembroke 


Penetang- 

uishene 


Perth 


Peterborough 


Petrolia 


Pickering 


Picton 


Plantagenet 


Plattsville 


5,412 


1,638 


2,415 


21,019 


1,578 


817 


1,953 


294 


217 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


4,091,932 


636,744 


1,099,704 


14,806,762 


809,274 


348,357 


901,590 


156,416 


83,897 


2,023,146 


265,559 


389,933 


6,137,281 


259,683 


102,344 


352,782 


57,243 


31,813 


2,068,786 


371,185 


709,771 


8,669,481 


549,591 


246,013 


548,808 


99,173 


52,084 


30,897 


100 


25,670 


4,920 


21,906 


11,089 


_ 


19,656 


12,782 


30,000 


81,000 


20,000 


— 


— 


50,000 


— 


— 


11,000 


— 


10,000 


10,000 


— 


15,000 


— 


— 


— 


2,500 


171,551 


32,837 


16,086 


453,384 


29,138 


7,276 


15,591 


5,696 


614 


9,165 


— 


— 


32,527 


2,142 


— 


5,648 


— 


— 


241,613 


123,937 


71,756 


490,831 


68,186 


68,365 


21,239 


25,352 


26,896 


77,030 


5,371 


33,621 


289,377 


34,852 


- 


76,727 


- 


71 


144,564 


- 


- 


34,659 


5,263 


1,147 


9,912 


1,426 


- 


221,594 


5,371 


33,621 


324,036 


40,115 


1,147 


86,639 


1,426 


71 


241,253 


529,501 


818,789 


6,892,810 


556,113 


94,384 


696,323 


58,545 


112,304 


2,773,246 


1,029,994 


1,633,937 


16377,158 


1,214,005 


409,909 


1353,009 


184,496 


191355 


1,678,000 


_ 




1,424,000 




18,000 


33,000 


35,500 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,678,000 


- 


- 


1,424,000 


- 


18,000 


33,000 


35,500 


- 


261,857 


65,198 


82,501 


980,722 


46,504 


24,483 


46,757 


13,078 


12,742 


129,568 


3,705 


252 


20,867 


5,542 


2,424 


1 1,556 


994 


— 


391,425 


68,903 


82,753 


1,001,589 


52,046 


26,907 


58,313 


14,072 


12,742 


472,000 


36,983 


85,045 


2,542,803 


50,000 


53,440 


80,182 


19,500 


5337 


72,397- 


389,438 


643,591 


3,699,223 


535,020 


130,471 


476,747 


54,547 


61,072 


62,965 


5,169 


3,759 


816,733 


20,826 


86,707 


8,444 


2,332 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


462,568 


431,590 


732,395 


7,058,759 


605,846 


270,618 


565,373 


76,379 


66,309 


241,253 


529,501 


818,789 


6,892,810 


556,113 


94,384 


696,323 


58,545 


112,304 


2,773,246 


1,0294>94 


1,633,937 


16377,158 


1,214,005 


409,909 


1353,009 


184,496 


191355 


1,596,712 


523,435 


672,488 


6,778,294 


363,212 


197,762 


470,298 


90,605 


69,257 


88,366 


20,022 


8,185 


587,283 


15,221 


9,895 


21,015 


5,788 


3,007 


1,685,078 


543,457 


680,673 


7365,577 


378,433 


207,657 


491313 


96393 


72364 


1,141,838 

6,099 

97,570 


412,136 


546,793 


5,141,776 


240,627 


146,080 


350,650 


70,989 


69,193 


39,300 


27,541 


661,147 


35,658 


11,097 


36,702 


5,144 


2,099 


147,689 


28,305 


56,465 


714,300 


55,435 


17,249 


56,192 


7,595 


2,362 


197,668 


— 


— 


283,474 


— 


6,265 


3,999 


5,086 


— 


137,351 


20,529 


32,197 


485,212 


18,791 


10,802 


27,310 


4,452 


3312 


— 


— 


— 


17,829 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,728,215 


500,270 


662,996 


7303,738 


350,511 


191,493 


474,853 


93366 


76366 


(43,137) 


43,187 


17,677 


61,839 


27,922 


16,164 


16,460 


3,127 


(4,602) 



124 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Point Edward 
936 


Port Burwell 
432 


Port Colborne 
6,041 


Port Credit 
2,242 


Port Dover 
1,593 


Port Elgin 


Number of Customers 


1,661 


A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

390,817 
151,868 


$ 

137,605 
64,579 


$ 
2,754,372 
882,714 


$ 
1,649,916 
466,905 


$ 
684,610 
185,292 


$ 
1,102,799 


Less accumulated depreciation 


188,200 




238,949 

113,993 
27,500 

16,732 

87 


73,026 
6,154 

3,205 


1,871,658 

119,762 

175,000 

10,000 

18,900 


1,183,011 

77,815 

120,000 

13,500 

92,089 

125 


499,318 

10,873 
30,000 

7,290 


914,599 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


45,481 
172,372 


Other 


52 




158,312 

729 

5,001 


9,359 

263 

3,274 


323,662 
62,670 
17,295 


303,529 
23,296 
67,624 


48,163 

1,993 

500 


217,905 


OTHER ASSETS 


2,547 


Sinking fund on debentures 


2,403 








5,730 
841,115 


3,537 
44,902 


79,965 
1,513,180 


90,920 
1,543,729 


2,493 
344,595 


4,950 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


313,320 




1,244,106 


130,824 


3,788,465 


3,121,189 


894,569 


1,450,774 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


- 


2,800 


318,238 


224,700 


44,000 


210,708 
53,288 




66,367 
2,651 


2,800 

8,863 
1,615 


318,238 

132,997 
68,592 


224,700 

159,895 
45,856 


44,000 

26,120 
12,710 


263,996 


LIABILITIES 
Current liabilities 


88,524 
23,065 






Total liabilities 


69,018 
17,000 

314,367 
2,606 


10,478 
37,200 

28,116 
7,328 


201,589 
412,422 

1,301,076 
41,960 


205,751 
173,234 

969,658 
4,117 


38,830 
104,528 

294,965 
67,651 


111,589 


EQUITY 


57,079 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


434,123 
270,667 








333,973 
841,115 


72,644 
44,902 


1,755,458 
1,513,180 


1,147,009 
1,543,729 


467,144 
344,595 


761,869 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


313,320 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


1,244,106 


130,824 


3,788,465 


3,121,189 


894,569 


1,450,774 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


638,316 
12,187 


59,663 
1,720 


1,482,369 
81,580 


1,801,745 
38,921 


302,252 
12,103 


580,932 
20,700 


Total revenue 


650,503 


61383 


1,563,949 


1,840,666 


314,355 


601,632 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


565,949 

8,630 
41,226 

12,474 


33,519 

10,331 
8,633 
3,453 
4,629 


1,102,899 

142,444 
158,128 
35,940 
77,909 


1,525,561 

43,624 
94,778 
34,668 
48,024 


167,811 

44,244 
30,962 
10,415 
20,590 


423,576 
28,573 


Administration 


45,925 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


35,990 
24,113 


Total expense 


628379 


60,565 


1,517,320 


1,746,655 


274,022 


558,177 


Net income (net expense) 


22,224 


818 


46,629 


94,011 


40333 


43,455 



Statements A and B 



125 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Port Hope 


Port McNicoll 


Port Perry 


Port Rowan 


Port Stanley 


Prescott 


Preston 


Priceville 


Princeton 


3,427 


661 


1,226 


397 


1,123 


1,976 


5,534 


90 


202 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


2,179,910 


187,615 


572,721 


140,472 


328,201 


578,778 


3,153,137 


28,242 


60,288 


707,355 


54,804 


168,300 


49,298 


156,892 


298,932 


1,026,181 


12,652 


26,333 


1,472,555 


132,811 


404,421 


91,174 


171,309 


279,846 


2,126,956 


15,590 


33,955 


111,148 


13,434 


14,687 


30,867 


18,276 


35,290 


9,921 


8,508 


7,586 


— 


— 


20,000 


— 


11,000 


45,970 


485,000 


— 


— 


— 


16,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,948 


17,390 


8,807 


2,158 


22,334 


36,953 


27,992 


581 


533 


8,476 


— 


— 


— 


— 


750 


— 


— 


— 


122,572 


46,824 


43,494 


33,025 


51,610 


118,963 


522,913 


9,089 


8,119 


76,540 


569 


938 


54 


1,074 


19,034 


149,734 


- 


- 


28,879 


- 


324 


110 


423 


750 


338 


- 


- 


105,419 


569 


1,262 


164 


1,497 


19,784 


150,072 








1,330,286 


161,702 


275,269 


68,732 


270,101 


623,964 


2,014,830 


10,536 


68,448 


3,030,832 


341,906 


724,446 


193,095 


494,517 


1,042,557 


4,814,771 


35,215 


1104522 






84,000 


900 


42,000 




331,000 






62,700 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


62,700 


- 


84,000 


900 


42,000 


- 


331,000 


- 


- 


129,119 


12,167 


31,555 


6,538 


11,581 


42,153 


260,886 


751 


3,509 


23,672 


2,317 


12,124 


438 


1,664 


4,943 


33,095 


— 


1,114 


152,791 


14,484 


43,679 


6,976 


13,245 


47,096 


293,981 


751 


4,623 


244,000 


9,804 


40,882 


17,100 


21,950 


23,981 


483,283 


12,166 


5,995 


1,001,690 


148,551 


253,511 


95,750 


144,241 


323,526 


1,401,860 


10,725 


30,827 


239,365 


7,365 


27,105 


3,637 


2,980 


23,990 


289,817 


1,037 


629 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,485,055 


165,720 


321,498 


116,487 


169,171 


371,497 


2,174,960 


23,928 


37,451 


1,330,286 


161,702 


275,269 


68,732 


270,101 


623,964 


2,014,830 


10,536 


68,448 


3,030,832 


341,906 


724,446 


193,095 


494,517 


1,042,557 


4,814,771 


35,215 


110,522 


1,413,078 


137,126 


338,548 


55,889 


176,528 


455,367 


1,884,901 


9,622 


36,880 


48,815 


3,533 


17,191 


5,282 


7,690 


27,533 


165,831 


227 


1,917 


1,461,893 


140,659 


355,739 


61,171 


184,218 


4824)00 


2,050,732 


9,849 


38,797 


1,074,687 


1 14,904 


255,964 


35,798 


112,928 


376,002 


1,550,275 


7,784 


33,174 


70,834 


8,975 


15,973 


5,561 


20,508 


19,391 


100,761 


375 


1,021 


129,299 


8,475 


33,641 


4,107 


26,658 


41,097 


170,146 


1,076 


2,461 


9,691 


— 


7,822 


951 


4,655 


— 


26,814 


— 


— 


62,295 


5,442 


19,347 


4,575 


10,813 


23,240 


96,694 


1,025 


2,633 


1346,806 


137,796 


332,747 


504»2 


175462 


459,730 


1,944,690 


10,260 


39,289 


115,087 


2,863 


22,992 


10,179 


8,656 


23,170 


106,042 


(411) 


(492) 



126 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Queenston 
208 


Rainy River 
464 


Red Rock 
396 


Renfrew 
3,139 


Richmond 
765 






5,747 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

67,060 

28,398 


$ 

198,492 
105,557 


$ 

165,309 
65,496 


$ 
2,565,079 
890,308 


$ 
465,090 
75,989 


$ 
2,806,473 


Less accumulated depreciation 


761,536 




38,662 

2,942 
1,000 

634 


92.935 

9,071 
15,000 

3,189 
53 


99,813 

11,280 
10,000 

1,126 


1,674,771 

13,401 
9,000 

24,402 
2,518 


389,101 
5,496 

14,296 
759 


2,044,937 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

-bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


391 

109,892 
14,706 




4,576 


27,313 
4,088 


22,406 


49,321 

44,766 

3,488 


20,551 

2,210 

12,023 
734 


124,989 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


2,219 
1 14,045 








62,820 


4,088 
66,833 


110,514 


48,254 
558,207 


14,967 
113,662 


1 16,264 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


1,307,156 




106,058 


191,169 


232,733 


2,330,553 


538,281 


3,593,346 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


- 


- 


- 


91,745 
9,555 


88,100 


443,000 








3,677 
180 


9,032 
338 


10,226 
432 


101,300 

104,631 
134,247 


88,100 

34,534 
1,354 


443,000 


LIABILITIES 

Current liabilities 


264,597 




83,210 








3,857 
9,500 

24,930 
4,951 


9,370 
26,087 

88,879 


10,658 
29,367 

73,126 
9,068 


238,878 
804,492 

600,236 
27,440 


35,888 

26,787 
12,023 

162,931 
98,890 


347,807 


EQUITY 


566,978 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


880,562 
47,843 






Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


39,381 
62,820 


1 14,966 
66,833 


111,561 
110,514 


1,432,168 

558,207 


300,631 
113,662 


1,495,383 
1,307,156 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


106,058 


191,169 


232,733 


2,330,553 


538,281 


3,593,346 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


36,465 
967 


131,771 
7,378 


96,263 
7,277 


787,666 
40,804 


206,352 
5,301 


2,041,333 
42,914 


Total revenue 


37,432 


139,149 


103,540 


828,470 


211,653 


2,084347 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


31,207 

2,099 
2,273 

2,452 


86,016 

14,710 
12,188 

7,348 


81,109 

9,320 
8,896 

5,720 


531,017 
64,408 
61,248 
74,768 
27,140 
68,195 


162,551 

7,694 
5,314 
11,824 
11,520 


1,593,469 
99,590 


Administration 


134,551 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


88,497 
85,906 


Total expense 


38,031 


120,262 


105,045 


826,776 


198,903 


2,002,013 


Net income (net expense) 


(599) 


18,887 


0,505) 


1,694 


12,750 


82334 







Statements A and B 



127 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Ridgetown 


Ripley 


Rockland 


Rock wood 


Rodney 


Rosseau 


Russell 


St Catharines 


St Clair Beach 


1,223 


269 


1,171 


363 


456 


163 


285 


37,374 


567 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


450,177 


81,282 


431,612 


147,9-31 


106,114 


52,748 


127,082 


20,605,157 


311,300 


1 12,673 


25,094 


111,537 


37,435 


55,071 


13,069 


35,342 


4,821,349 


76,874 


337,504 


56,188 


320,075 


110,496 


51,043 


39,679 


91,740 


15,783,808 


234,426 


11,053 


15,434 


19,840 


3,667 


35,438 


2,790 


20,733 


446,651 


20,619 


— 


5,000 


— 


3,000 


— 


— 


— 


400,000 


— 


— 


3,000 


— 


— 


— 


1,000 


— 


— 


— 


10,587 


1,773 


29,247 


900 


1,930 


2,147 


3,350 


1,309,614 


11,231 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


122 


— 


21,640 


25,207 


49,087 


7,567 


37,368 


5,937 


24,083 


2,156,387 


31,850 


6,255 


- 


75 


- 


654 


- 


- 


673,186 


- 


1,190 


- 


2,184 


482 


- 


- 


1,308 


391,488 


1,225 


7,445 





2,259 


482 


654 





1,308 


1,064,674 


1,225 


331,983 


75,434 


147,388 


90,655 


111,331 


32,097 


63,837 


14,506,584 


113,919 


698,572 


156,829 


518,809 


209,200 


200,396 


77,713 


180,968 


33311,453 


381,420 


30,524 




17,500 


5,466 






28,000 


2,242,600 


44,167 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


30,524 


- 


17,500 


5,466 


- 


- 


28,000 


2,242,600 


44,167 


22,390 


9,750 


34,441 


6,839 


7,049 


2,575 


7,844 


1,407,515 


18,869 


1,020 


369 


16,602 


779 


1,269 


3 


504 


627,477 


405 


23,410 


10,119 


51,043 


7,618 


8,318 


2,578 


8,348 


2,034,992 


19,274 


80,393 


12,744 


37,500 


16,863 


8,500 


11,933 


10,808 


903,144 


23,528 


231,203 


58,532 


213,284 


77,520 


72,247 


29,405 


65,581 


12,563,979 


103,100 


1,059 


— 


52,094 


11,078 


— 


1,700 


4,394 


1,260,154 


77,432 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


312,655 


71,276 


302,878 


105,461 


80,747 


43,038 


80,783 


14,727,277 


204,060 


331,983 


75,434 


147,388 


90,655 


111,331 


32,097 


63,837 


14,506,584 


113,919 


698,572 


156,829 


518,809 


209,200 


200,396 


77,713 


180,968 


33,511,453 


381,420 


272,808 


54,637 


284,957 


81,907 


67,386 


24,350 


65,215 


15,640,294 


140,789 


8,371 


1,153 


11,096 


4,645 


3,214 


376 


3,399 


460,847 


4,511 


281,179 


55,790 


296,053 


86,552 


70,600 


24,726 


68,614 


16,101,141 


145300 


194,841 


47,347 


225,701 


61,014 


54,684 


18,591 


51,901 


12,783,805 


110,712 


23,616 


283 


10,954 


5,772 


4,957 


2,195 


3,325 


782,549 


11,243 


30,877 


3,261 


17,551 


8,933 


5,905 


1,180 


3,637 


643,781 


11,569 


4,980 


— 


4,150 


2,033 


— 


— 


1,795 


271,717 


7,777 


11,441 


2,403 


14,548 


4,840 


3,836 


1,579 


3,944 


511,329 


8,053 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


29,895 


— 


265,755 


53,294 


272,904 


82,592 


69382 


23345 


64,602 


15,023,076 


149354 


15,424 


2,496 


23,149 


3,960 


1,218 


1,181 


4,012 


1,078,065 


(4,054) 



128 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


St George 
333 


St Jacobs 
310 


St Marys 
1,920 


St Thomas 
9,675 


Sandwich West 
Twp. 
3,888 


Sarnia 
17,430 


A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 

Plant and facilities at cost 

Less accumulated depreciation 


$ 
111,015 

38,801 


$ 

142,835 
35,986 


$ 
865,377 
347,904 


$ 
4,273,165 
1,614,235 


$ 
1,304,692 
433,675 


$ 

10,232,392 
3,649,252 




72,214 

1,414 
25,000 

300 


106,849 
35,831 

4,555 


517,473 

20,747 
77,500 

24,969 


2,658,930 

109,149 

20,000 

271,562 

2,827 


871,017 
37,352 

108,657 


6,583,140 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

—bonds 

Accounts receivable (net) 

Other 


108,540 
300,000 

99,500 
442,030 

11,915 




26,714 
193 


40,386 


123,216 
28,467 
24,439 


403,538 

133,076 

370 


146,009 
14,409 
6,616 


961,985 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


352,660 
65,372 






Total other assets 

Equity in Ontario Hydro 


193 
108,760 


139,105 


52,906 
1,129,016 


133,446 
3,532,330 


21,025 
422,409 


418,032 
10,252,797 




207,881 


286340 


1,822,611 


6,728,244 


1,460,460 


18,215,954 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


3,700 


- 


- 


95,000 


141,800 


237,000 




3,700_ 

1,096 

453 


13,303 
90 


32,196 
2,615 


95,000 

217,687 
214,399 


141,800 

200,430 
49,089 


237,000 


LIABILITIES 


518,629 


Other liabilities 


65,102 






Total liabilities 


1,549 
12,300 

81,443 
129 


13,393 
6,000 

122,330 
5,512 


34,811 
190,208 

465,433 
3,143 


432,086 
243,257 

2,335,307 
90,264 


249,519 
257,057 

298,690 
90,985 


583,731 


EQUITY 

Debt redeemed 


1,346,579 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


5,279,464 
516,383 






Total utility equity 


93,872 
108,760 


133,842 
139,105 


658,784 
1,129,016 


2,668,828 
3,532,330 


646,732 
422,409 


7,142.426 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . . 


10,252,797 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


207,881 


286^40 


1,822,611 


6,728,244 


1,460,460 


18315,954 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


88,371 
3,867 


1 10,222 
6,940 


390,562 
21,683 


2,846,403 
92,340 


888,212 
27,297 


6,055,300 

257,724 






Total revenue 


92,238 


117,162 


412,245 


2,938,743 


915^09 


6313,024 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


72,455 

4,966 

5,822 
1,442 
3,467 


113,383 

3,725 
5,745 

4,068 


307,114 

26,963 
57,582 

26,205 


2,121,890 

362,836 

195,454 

16,780 

123,154 


669,976 

69,137 
57,182 
40,155 
38,198 


4,542,200 
641,068 


Administration 


455,135 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


78,619 
295,416 


Total expense 


88,152 


126,921 


417,864 


2,820,114 


874,648 


6,012,438 


Net income (net expense) 


4,086 


(9,759) 


(5,619) 


118,629 


40,861 


300386 







Statements A and B 



129 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Scarborough 


Schreiber Twp. 


Seaforth 


Shelburne 


Simcoe 


Sioux Lookout 


Smiths Falls 


Southampton 


South Grimsby 
Twp. 


84,333 


678 


897 


1,044 


4,697 


1,105 


3,787 


1,572 


472 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


54,246,246 


284,068 


515,659 


439,218 


2,487,766 


483,232 


1,664,358 


506,201 


138,978 


14,785,168 


117,748 


141,785 


135,758 


618,262 


187,582 


601,062 


135,280 


52,538 


39,461,078 


166,320 


373,874 


303,460 


1,869,504 


295,650 


1,063,296 


370,921 


86,440 


156,162 


27,271 


25,981 


2,445 


18,363 


160 


68,440 


48,523 


15,258 


3,285,000 


15,000 


6,000 


— 


80,000 


— 


85,000 


— 


10,000 


3,770,112 


3,804 


1,770 


16,666 


212,727 


7,228 


18,559 


12,606 


1,552 


3,029 


275 


344 


— 


— 


156 


14,973 


— 


— 


7,214,303 


46,350 


34,095 


19,111 


311,090 


7,544 


186,972 


61,129 


26,810 


1,667,893 


4,172 


1,275 


16,762 


7,833 


18,626 


45,874 


15,936 


_ 


6,110,937 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


359,157 


— 


— 


— 


8,959 


— 


8,167 


— 


— 


8,137,987 


4,172 


1,275 


16,762 


16,792 


18,626 


54,041 


15,936 


_ 


19,724,342 


164,867 


356,827 


201,419 


1,442,515 


286,296 


1,347,937 


260,579 


91,747 


74,537,710 


381,709 


766,071 


540,752 


3,639,901 


608,116 


2,652,246 


708,565 


204,997 


13,266,566 






38,000 


281,000 










307,608 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


13,574,174 


- 


- 


38,000 


281,000 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,697,080 


18,863 


28,402 


66,684 


292,579 


32,201 


78,676 


26,645 


6,580 


1,331,266 


— 


4,468 


199 


61,245 


16,312 


— 


703 


733 


6,028,346 


18,863 


32,870 


66,883 


353,824 


48,513 


78,676 


27,348 


7,313 


5,814,442 


50,000 


74,440 


28,991 


224,435 





147,662 


42,523 


15,000 


6,110,937 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


19,899,300 


139,482 


301,434 


152,939 


1,215,392 


268,963 


1,074,289 


365,196 


88,103 


3,386,169 


8,497 


500 


52,520 


122,735 


4,344 


3,682 


12,919 


2,834 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


35,210,848 


197,979 


376,374 


234,450 


1,562,562 


273,307 


1,225,633 


420,638 


105,937 


19,724,342 


164,867 


356,827 


201,419 


1,442,515 


286,296 


1,347,937 


260,579 


91,747 


74^37,710 


381,709 


766,071 


540,752 


3,639,901 


608,116 


2,652,246 


708,565 


2044)97 


34,403,543 


189,516 


232,617 


292,062 


1,649,519 


328,715 


1,121,564 


344,205 


89,445 


1,566,493 


8,365 


20,937 


9,435 


62,595 


12,325 


35,397 


9,016 


4,344 


35,970,036 


197,881 


253354 


301,497 


1,712,114 


341,040 


1,156,961 


353,221 


93,789 


27,279,868 


145,471 


153,205 


233,917 


1,160,923 


243,865 


862,152 


266,851 


59,648 


2,176,947 


9,185 


34,403 


16,590 


117,581 


33,384 


57,478 


22,800 


8,181 


1,795,519 


14,285 


25,936 


20,766 


160,119 


48,952 


97,657 


25,682 


16,730 


1,226,611 


— 


— 


8,960 


68,458 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,565,115 


9,427 


14,366 


15,310 


64,742 


14,862 


56,571 


13,384 


4,156 


5,148 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


34,049,208 


178^68 


227,910 


295343 


1371,823 


341,063 


1,073,858 


328,717 


88,715 


1,920,828 


19^13 


25,644 


5,954 


140,291 


(23) 


83,103 


24304 


5,074 



130 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





South River 
444 


Springfield 
192 


Stayner 
940 


Stirling 
641 


Stoney Creek 
2,186 




Number of Customers 


1,743 


A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 
249,499 
84,753 


$ 
56,029 

28,825 


$ 
390,513 
68,402 


$ 

249,727 
88,051 


$ 
940,330 
337,406 


$ 

763,085 


Less accumulated depreciation 


144,485 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


164,746 
4,314 

6,015 

578 


27,204 
8,736 

489 


322,111 
22,829 

7,376 


161,676 
14,435 

1,626 
600 


602,924 

11,078 
20,000 

7,752 


618,600 

78,046 
98,000 

7,750 


Other 


1,685 




10,907 
10,829 


9,225 
8,484 


30,205 
2,007 


16,661 
647 

773 


38,830 
237 


185,481 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories " 

Sinking fund on debentures 


5,717 
183,233 








10,829 
41,438 


8,484 
55,176 


2,007 
190,353 


1,420 
157,779 


237 
450,073 


188,950 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


358,114 




227,920 


100,089 


544,676 


337,536 


1,092,064 


1351,145 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


43,500 


- 


76,000 


- 


- 


19,415 




43,500 - 

14,963 
2,549 


2,877 
171 


76,000 

19,310 
1,057 


11,178 
2,192 


31,069 
7,560 


19,415 


LIABILITIES 


47,842 




247,710 








17,512 
46,500 

77,970 
1,000 


3,048 
9,500 

32,310 

55 


20,367 
18,557 

233,583 
5,816 


13,370 
23,000 

143,117 
270 


38,629 
78,460 

493,895 
31,007 


295,552 


EQUITY 


63,306 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 


461,954 
152,804 








125,470 
41,438 


41,865 
55,176 


257,956 
190,353 


166,387 
157,779 


603,362 
450,073 


678,064 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


358,114 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


227,920 


100,089 


544,676 


337,536 


1,092,064 


1,351,145 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


111,901 
3,842 


26,713 
1,140 


205,866 
7,076 


145,646 
10,123 


560,265 
39,560 


508,932 
28,370 


Total revenue 


115,743 


27,853 


212^)42 


155,769 


599,825 


537,302 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


79,647 

4,460 
9,303 
7,721 
6,948 


24,977 

1,535 
1,926 

2,147 


147,411 

10,835 
11,959 
10,186 
11,065 


112,382 

9,370 
9,585 

10,257 


441,812 

37,167 
51,965 

34,197 


374,203 
33,743 




46,247 




5,544 


Depreciation 

Other 


20,915 


Total expense 


108,079 


30,585 


191,456 


141,594 


565,141 


480,652 


Net income (net expense) 


7,664 


(2,732) 


21,486 


14,175 


34,684 


56,650 







Statements A and B 



131 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Stratford 


Strathroy 


Streetsville 


Sturgeon Falls 


Sudbury 


Sunderland 


Sundridge 


Sutton 


Tara 


8,492 


2,611 


2,185 


2,053 


28,712 


302 


394 


1,063 


319 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


7,032,274 


1,313,224 


1,119,670 


843,054 


17,362,294 


95,445 


127,936 


283,752 


121,555 


1,616,990 


465,777 


208,921 


249,567 


4,972,807 


39,728 


36,856 


78,630 


24,669 


5,415,284 


847,447 


910,749 


593,487 


12,389,487 


55,717 


91,080 


205,122 


96,886 


2,150 


31,693 


65,937 


22,315 


69,305 


17,850 


16,323 


33,902 


21,941 


100,000 


— 


— 


— 


350,000 


— 


2,500 


15,000 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


10,000 


— 


8,000 


344,759 


22,836 


28,675 


28,133 


1,136,850 


1,199 


425 


18,193 


2,519 


16,079 


— 


— 


664 


66,958 


— 


700 


5,556 


— 


462,988 


54,529 


94,612 


51,112 


1,623,113 


19,049 


29,948 


72,651 


32,460 


397,587 


12,180 


1,308 


- 


536,874 


277 


203 


291 


764 


72,491 


11,249 


2,346 


5,303 


137,635 


- 


- 


13,998 


- 


470,078 


23,429 


3,654 


5,303 


674,509 


277 


203 


14,289 


764 


3,963,409 


779,038 


433,280 


316,635 


5,840,523 


79,350 


60,588 


240,672 


V3.600 


10,311,759 


1,704,443 


1,442,295 


966,537 


20,527,632 


154393 


181,819 


532,734 


223,710 


1,293,000 


77,000 


9,740 


73,890 


5,193,700 




_ 


_ 


_ 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,293,000 


77,000 


9,740 


73,890 


5,193,700 


- 


- 


- 


- 


432,729 


57,834 


94,404 


57,588 


1,028,504 


44 


11,057 


24,558 


8,620 


12,083 


36,529 


28,634 


53,287 


1,153,913 


112 


647 


4,623 


464 


444,812 


94,363 


123,038 


110,875 


2,182,417 


156 


11,704 


29,181 


9,084 


1,132,800 


115,516 


144,385 


138,413 


2,026,376 


4,628 


33,018 


26,000 


14,264 


3,169,561 


591,316 


422,748 


323,264 


4,483,984 


67,905 


75,527 


194,196 


102,004 


308,177 


47,210 


309,104 


3,460 


800,632 


2,354 


982 


42,685 


4,758 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,610,538 


754,042 


876,237 


465,137 


7,310,992 


74,887 


109,527 


262,881 


121,026 


3,963,409 


779,038 


433,280 


316,635 


5,840,523 


79,350 


60,588 


240,672 


93,600 


10311,759 


1,704,443 


1,442,295 


966,537 


20,527,632 


154393 


181,819 


532,734 


223,710 


3,499,640 


778,776 


630,318 


562,568 


9,168,132 


57,785 


87,474 


268,459 


91,889 


228,961 


16,401 


15,502 


32,447 


667,412 


4,013 


1,430 


5,301 


2,964 


3,728,601 


795,177 


645,820 


595,015 


9,835344 


61,798 


88,904 


273,760 


94,853 


2,626,981 


566,937 


501,501 


403,462 


6,552,002 


48,673 


71,839 


214,720 


79,689 


276,220 


62,079 


31,612 


62,361 


769,753 


2,474 


2,571 


10,475 


3,186 


215,454 


69,553 


57,730 


50,054 


937,630 


3,088 


6,371 


33,049 


2,913 


175,098 


11,454 


10,155 


20,704 


649,702 


— 


— 


— 


— 


178,058 


34,604 


27,505 


29,061 


554,843 


3,874 


3,638 


7,776 


3,543 


— 


— 


— 


— 


49,824 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,471,811 


744,627 


628,503 


565,642 


9,513,754 


58,109 


84,419 


266,020 


89331 


256,790 


50,550 


17317 


29373 


321,790 


3,689 


4,485 


7,740 


5322 



132 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 


Tavistock 
635 


Tecumseh 
1,593 


Teeswater 
444 


Terrace Bay 
Twp. 
515 


Thamesford 
543 


Thamesville 
462 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

308,564 
110,121 


$ 
577,821 
248,194 


$ 

120,799 
44,032 


$ 
388,003 
151,281 


$ 
233,158 
96,422 


$ 

173,521 


Less accumulated depreciation 


91,460 


Net fixed assets 

CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments— term deposits 

-bonds 


198,443 
33,777 

1,078 


329,627 
186,444 

39,138 


76,767 

29,098 

15,500 
2,465 


236,722 
23,144 

4,696 


136,736 

17,622 
5,000 

5,713 


82,061 

50 
12,630 
3,964 
3,904 


Other 






34,855 
516 
810 


225,582 
24,300 
2,749 


47,063 
575 


27,840 


28,335 

136 

6,107 


20,548 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories * 

Sinking fund on debentures 


761 
306 








1,326 
273,627 


27,049 
330,506 


575 
143,624 


202,888 


6,243 
157,121 


1,067 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


153,861 




508,251 


912,764 


268,029 


467,450 


328,435 


257,537 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


36,000 


40,900 


- 


- 


- 


2,400 








36,000 
17,961 


40,900 

62,026 
4,360 


10,587 
433 


16,364 


14,002 
862 


2,400 


LIABILITIES 


9,945 




1,611 








17,961 
39,284 

140,437 
942 


66,386 
40,100 

374,545 
60,327 


11,020 
21,296 

92,089 


16,364 
78,000 

164,006 
6,192 


14,864 
8,289 

133,580 
14,581 


11,556 


EQUITY 


16,787 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


72,464 
469 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . . . 


180,663 
273,627 


474,972 
330,506 


113,385 
143,624 


248,198 
202,888 


156,450 
157,121 


89,720 
153,861 




508,251 


912,764 


268,029 


467,450 


328,435 


257,537 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


195,640 
9,222 


382,222 
33,222 


105,046 
3,824 


178,958 
11,243 


138,461 
8,591 


94,457 
6,474 


Total revenue 


204,862 


415,444 


108,870 


190,201 


147,052 


100,931 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 


157,726 

6,917 
10,917 

5,072 
10,754 


285,635 

33,775 

39,327 

5,535 

15,992 


93,804 

1,719 
"5,927 

4,180 


151,464 

11,699 
15,341 

12,255 


117,230 

4,958 
10,159 

8,811 


82,258 

5,983 
13,031 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


1,019 
6,104 


Total expense 


191386 


380,264 


105,630 


190,759 


141,158 


108^95 




13,476 


35,180 


3,240 


(558) 


5,894 


(7,464) 







Statements A and B 



133 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Thedford 


Thessalon 


Thombury 


Thorndale 


Thornton 


Thorold 


Thunder Bay 


Tilbury 


Tillsonburg 


320 


664 


667 


162 


163 


2,746 


36,397 


1,487 


2,925 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


112,239 


287,460 


293,755 


59,967 


51,422 


1,135,466 


21,218,812 


622,115 


1,503,783 


40,030 


93,958 


66,124 


34,008 


17,823 


398,760 


7,803,263 


216,042 


426,876 


72,209 


193,502 


227,631 


25,959 


33,599 


736,706 


13,415,549 


406,073 


1,076,907 


18,097 


20,424 


463 


10,291 


4,556 


400 


484,242 


1,656 


142,307 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


165,000 


— 


— 


— 


3,000 


— 


— 


3,000 


— 


— 


94,000 


— 


— 


3,358 


6,747 


15,059 


1,504 


838 


22,302 


1,303,077 


31,484 


54,866 


— 


272 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,781 


— 


— 


24,455 


27,443 


15,522 


14,795 


5,394 


187,702 


1,886,100 


33,140 


197,173 


29 


- 


19,696 


- 


- 


42,858 


1,145,290 


2,605 


69,482 


3,473 


3,555 


- 


2,029 


- 


29,220 


1,762,153 


3,939 


62,078 


3,502 


3,555 


19,696 


2,029 


_ 


72,078 


2,907,443 


6,544 


131,560 


92,999 


85,452 


117,832 


52,021 


28,614 


1,465,669 


23,521,740 


441,739 


899,626 


193,165 


309^)52 


380,681 


94,804 


67,607 


2,462,155 


41,730,832 


887,4% 


2305366 




4,500 










1,542,000 


30,000 




— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


312,992 


— 


— 


- 


4,500 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,854,992 


30,000 


- 


5,024 


17,624 


19,495 


2,537 


2,646 


74,541 


1,319,156 


40,427 


139,205 


409 


2,112 


909 


340 


628 


65,959 


421,146 


9,489 


131,757 


5,433 


19,736 


20,404 


2,877 


3,274 


140,500 


1,740,302 


49,916 


270,%2 


16,500 


60,500 


85,714 


3,086 


7,200 


126,778 


2,113,107 


82,670 


204,211 


77,677 


139,764 


147,637 


36,627 


24,919 


699,509 


9,276,612 


237,608 


834,185 


556 


— 


9,094 


193 


3,600 


29,699 


1,846,390 


45,563 


96,282 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,377,689 


— 


— 


94,733 


200,264 


242,445 


39,906 


35,719 


855,986 


14,613,798 


365,841 


1,134,678 


92,999 


85,452 


117,832 


52,021 


28,614 


1,465,669 


23,521,740 


441,739 


899,626 


193,165 


309,952 


380,681 


94,804 


67,607 


2,462,155 


41,730,832 


887,4% 


2305366 


61,018 


163,936 


164,323 


29,863 


26,178 


633,223 


11,770,570 


426,646 


840,055 


3,199 


7,077 


3,757 


2,614 


305 


26,047 


606,833 


9,667 


35,184 


64,217 


171,013 


168,080 


32,477 


26,483 


659,270 


12377,403 


436313 


875339 


53,702 


115,830 


121,911 


24,875 


19,883 


455,396 


8,813,300 


315,041 


629,603 


1,993 


18,009 


12,682 


727 


465 


91,263 


846,226 


22,409 


73,518 


5,098 


23,034 


14,540 


4,248 


892 


137,648 


921,624 


40,201 


72,629 


— 


4,846 


161 


— 


— 


4,824 


303,971 


7,880 


1,027 


3,945 


8,705 


8,038 


2,411 


1,665 


31,786 


672,635 


16,376 


37,311 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


64,738 


170,424 


157^32 


32,261 


22,905 


720,917 


11357,756 


401,907 


814,088 


(521) 


589 


10,748 


216 


3,578 


(61,647) 


819,647 


34,406 


61,151 



134 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Toronto 
204,656 


Tottenham 
821 


Trenton 
5,433 


Tweed 
721 


Uxbridge 
1,223 


Vankleek Hill 




629 






A. BALANCE SHEET 

FIXED ASSETS 


S 

162,356,583 
58,515,520 


S 

218,756 
48,305 


$ 

2,970.847 
991,936 


S 

288,340 
100,975 


$ 

539,421 
178,054 


S 

236,067 


Less accumulated depreciation 


112,165 




103,841,063 

439,585 

5,899,868 

37,605 

9,570,187 

1,531,546 


170,451 
8,004 

8,344 


1,978.911 
111,706 

71,384 
352 


187,365 

16,580 
5,000 

1,580 
1,367 


361,367 

30,663 

60,000 

2,956 

6,503 


123,902 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


2,908 
46,000 

1,249 


Other 


4 




17,478,791 

3,916.657 
6,707,867 
7,924,678 


16,348 
695 
984 


183,442 

186,379 

1,921 


24,527 


100,122 
211 


50,161 


OTHER ASSETS 

Inventories 

Sinking fund on debentures 


36 








18,549,202 
139.952,080 


1,679 
100,288 


188,300 
2,218,718 


207,473 


211 
329,097 


36 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


86,144 




279321,136 


288,766 


4,569,371 


419365 


790,797 


260343 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 
Debentures outstanding 


7,487,050 


25,000 


235,200 


- 


37,200 


- 








7,487,050 

8,343,231 
3,777,204 


25,000 

23,079 
3,671 


235,200 

257,397 
81,376 


28,056 
1,656 


37,200 

32,343 
8,977 




LIABILITIES 


20,401 


Other liabilities 


234 






Total liabilities 

EQUITY 


12,120,435 

37,477,045 
6,707,867 

71,620,172 
4,456,487 


26,750 
31,435 

58,100 
47,193 


338,773 
318,954 

1,298,095 
159,631 


29,712 
19,000 

162,791 
389 


41,320 
52,953 

325,595 
4,632 


20,635 
44,314 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


109,150 


Total utility equity 

Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . 


120,261,571 
139,952,080 


136,728 
100,288 


1,776,680 
2,218,718 


182,180 
207,473 


383,180 
329,097 


153,464 
86,144 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


279321,136 


288,766 


4369371 


419365 


790,797 


260343 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 
REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


92,724,700 
4,021,281 


160,829 
2,864 


2,027,186 
69,076 


188,155 
12,520 


322,967 
22,325 


120,712 
11,572 


Total revenue 


96,745,981 


163,693 


2,096,262 


200,675 


345392 


132384 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 

Operation and maintenance 

Administration 

Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


67,761,478 

11,241,451 

6,719,762 

893,725 

4,986,368 


1 16,522 

11,713 
18,230 
5,380 
5,739 


1,686,412 

101,105 
140,069 
41,392 
93,641 


152,822 

12,672 
13,150 

10,245 


247,831 

16,870 

30,506 

8,509 

15,925 


98,254 

9,563 
11,186 

8.983 


Total expense 


91,602,784 


157384 


2,062.619 


188389 


319,641 


127386 




5,143,197 


6,109 


33,643 


11,786 


25,651 


4398 







Statements A and B 



135 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Vaughan Twp. 


Victoria 
Harbour 


Walkerton 


Wallaceburg 


Wardsville 


Warkworth 


Wasaga Beach 


Waterdown 


Waterford 


7,825 


615 


1,719 


3,807 


192 


272 


827 


683 


958 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


6,536,441 


145,031 


755,191 


1,981,168 


52,912 


110,107 


308,252 


387,143 


331,560 


1,600,464 


48,494 


243,072 


827,618 


23,851 


46,107 


133,289 


128,161 


89,889 


4,935,977 


96,537 


512,119 


1,153,550 


29,061 


64,000 


174,963 


258,982 


241,671 


102,256 


9,466 


14,498 


450 


6,795 


16,033 


5,031 


15,236 





— 


— 


— 


— 


1,500 

443 


— 


29,000 


— 


60,000 


369,869 


21,578 


55,866 


36,067 


442 


15,537 


8,246 


3,751 


25,695 


— 


— 


146 


— 


508 


— 


— 


— 


497,820 


31,044 


70,364 


36,663 


8,738 


16,983 


49,568 


23,482 


63,751 


258,145 


2,807 


37,214 


159,119 


- 


- 


9,176 


- 


1,948 


386,136 


- 


1,860 


45,785 


- 


384 


- 


642 


165 


644,281 


2,807 


39,074 


204,904 





384 


9,176 


642 


2,113 


1,525,897 


79,247 


541,361 


2,145,833 


37,831 


53,840 


98,125 


192,438 


254,369 


7,603,975 


209,635 


1,162,918 


3340,950 


75,630 


135307 


331,832 


475344 


561304 


3,091,000 




58,000 


108,000 




2,313 


_ 


5,000 


9,400 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,091,000 


- 


58,000 


108,000 


- 


2,313 


- 


5,000 


9,400 


1,065,295 


25,216 


47,015 


200,243 


2,886 


5,397 


30,901 


19,235 


18,311 


628,930 


1,598 


5,816 


13,211 


261 


391 


441 


1,252 


8,971 


1,694,225 


26,814 


52,831 


213,454 


3,147 


5,788 


31,342 


20,487 


27,282 


589,133 


18,781 


58,749 


87,944 


7,562 


12,460 


107,136 


32,632 


32,723 


242,769- 


83,264 


451,977 


914,514 


27,090 


54,846 


94,734 


162,692 


222,669 


946,489 


1,529 


— 


71,205 


— 


5,960 


495 


62,295 


15,461 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,292,853 


103,574 


510,726 


1,073,663 


34,652 


73,266 


202,365 


257,619 


270,853 


1,525,897 


79,247 


541,361 


2,145,833 


37,831 


53,840 


98,125 


192,438 


254,369 


7,603,975 


209,635 


1,162,918 


3340350 


75,630 


135307 


331,832 


475344 


561304 


4,251,419 


106,705 


636,893 


1,653,719 


29,053 


54,127 


165,844 


184,167 


215,595 


113,466 


1,167 


20,853 


27,078 


901 


3,854 


7,186 


12,916 


8,778 


434,885 


107,872 


657,746 


1,680,797 


29354 


57381 


173,030 


197,083 


224373 


3,186,014 


80,527 


493,213 


1,331,549 


25,050 


40,244 


107,576 


152,456 


152,477 


151,933 


10,648 


22,400 


67,740 


1,273 


2,876 


14,740 


13,332 


23,690 


258,523 


13,531 


42,423 


153,782 


2,249 


4,479 


34,272 


13,879 


20,589 


497,759 


— 


8,608 


14,267 


— 


642 


645 


1,308 


2,878 


176,339 


4,458 


25,528 


58,352 


2,176 


4,389 


10,360 


12,804 


8,583 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,270,568 


109,164 


592,172 


1,625,690 


30,748 


52,630 


167393 


193,779 


208317 


94317 


(1392) 


65374 


55,107 


(794) 


5351 


5,437 


3304 


16,156 



136 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 



Municipality 

Number of Customers 


Waterloo 
10,843 


Watford 
616 


Waubaushene 
475 


Webbwood 
158 


Welland 
13,246 


Wellesley 
327 


A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


$ 

9,007,582 
1,876,672 


S 

177,446 
79,614 


S 

112,369 
19,936 


$ 

83,882 
21,824 


$ 

8,171,652 
2,467,223 


$ 

96,750 


Less accumulated depreciation 


30,763 




7,130,910 
890 

710,280 
1,907 


97,832 
9,671 


92,433 
827 

7,315 


62,058 
7,117 

936 


5,704,429 

222,190 
100,000 

111,738 
4,198 


65,987 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


7,768 
636 


Other 






713,077 
662,853 
118,110 


9,671 
1,643 
3,375 


8,142 
554 


8,053 
1,619 


438,126 

205,948 

35,680 


8,404 


OTHER ASSETS 


2,082 


Sinking fund on debentures 










780,963 
3,726,730 


5,018 
242,359 


554 
61,430 


1,619 
20,228 


241,628 
4,224,252 


2,082 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


94,358 




12351,680 


354,880 


162,559 


91,958 


10,608,435 


170331 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 

Other long-term debt 


1,260,000 


- 


- 


2,467 


1,362,000 


- 




1,260,000 

705,837 
440,614 


12,702 
1,103 


19,800 

427 


2,467 

7,500 
3,360 


1,362,000 

369,963 
21,678 




LIABILITIES 


7,460 




395 






Total liabilities 


1,146,451 
1,702,777 

3,450,983 
1,064,739 


13,805 
9,056 

89,660 


20,227 
3,242 

77,634 
26 


10,860 

27,533 

30,870 


391,641 
1,349,735 

2,577,504 
703,303 


7,855 


EQUITY 


12,428 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


54,137 
2,053 




6,218,499 
3,726,730 


98,716 
242,359 


80,902 
61,430 


58,403 
20,228 


4,630,542 
4,224,252 


68,618 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro . 


94,358 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


12351,680 


354,880 


162,559 


91,958 


10,608,435 


170331 
















B. OPERATING STATEMENT 

REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


5,439,256 
228,481 


142,443 
1,936 


70,099 
1,323 


39,124 
2,101 


4,390,701 
199,460 


56,875 
2,319 


Total revenue 


5,667,737 


144379 


71,422 


41,225 


4,590,161 


59,194 


EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


4,185,349 

225,726 
420,610 
216,151 
215,224 
(6,288) 


118,108 

8,099 
21,786 

5,578 


50,276 

5,005 

5,383 

542 

3,060 


26,854 

1,300 
3,816 
3,133 
2,556 


3,275,366 

282,586 
375,853 
229,109 
207,960 
2,753 


50,021 
2,296 




6,231 






Depreciation 

Other 


3,149 


Total expense 


5,256,772 


153,571 


64,266 


37,659 


4373,627 


61,697 




410,965 


(9,192) 


7,156 


3,566 


216334 


(2303) 







Statements A and B 



137 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Wellington 


West Lome 


Westport 


Wheatley 


Whitby 


Wiarton 


Williamsburg 


Winchester 


Windermere 


522 


502 


319 


609 


8,238 


932 


153 


753 


143 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


162,114 


209,540 


106,425 


281,045 


4,752,638 


394,717 


35,655 


253,622 


56,883 


68,117 


104,565 


21,063 


89,157 


1,193,121 


111,714 


20,102 


89,795 


18,626 


93,997 


104,975 


85,362 


191,888 


3,559,517 


283,003 


15,553 


163,827 


38,257 


5,091 


83 


1,066 


12,742 


117,172 


12,478 


4,877 


52,298 


10,776 


— 


40,000 


— 


20,000 


200,000 


— 


6,000 


20,000 


— 


4,000 


— 


3,000 


— 


— 


4,000 


— 


— 


— 


2,316 


2,343 


2,487 


2,175 


296,621 


8,362 


869 


8,571 


444 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


214 


921 


79 


11,407 


42,426 


6,553 


34,917 


613,793 


24,840 


11,960 


81,790 


11,299 


- 


7,541 


- 


2,049 


225,138 


14,371 


- 


102 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33 


133,615 


115 


- 


1,360 


- 


_ 


7,541 


_ 


2,082 


358,753 


14,486 


_ 


1,462 


_ 


124,889 


218,827 


74,029 


164,902 


2,045,154 


244,543 


51,245 


243,431 


31,819 


230,293 


373,769 


165,944 


393,789 


6,577,217 


566^72 


78,758 


490310 


81375 










827,000 


58,000 








— 


— 


— 


— 


697,006 


— 


— 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,524,006 


58,000 


- 


- 


- 


12,951 


16,703 


7,955 


10,413 


323,321 


41,063 


2,685 


66,289 


2,574 


12,637 


360 


489 


891 


109,871 


4,220 


455 


144 


— 


25,588 


17,063 


8,444 


11,304 


433,192 


45,283 


3,140 


66,433 


2,574 


13,816 


8,000 


15,000 


52,000 


762,900 


39,400 


2,750 


29,162 


11,238 


56,508 


126,379 


67,907 


156,583 


1,364,567 


177,860 


21,623 


147,322 


35,744 


9,492 


3,500 


564 


9,000 


447,398 


1,786 


— 


4,162 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


79,816 


137,879 


83,471 


217,583 


2,574,865 


219,046 


24,373 


180,646 


46,982 


124,889 


218,827 


74,029 


164,902 


2,045,154 


244,543 


51,245 


243,431 


31,819 


230,293 


373,769 


165,944 


393,789 


6377,217 


566,872 


78,758 


490310 


81375 


98,130 


125,129 


70,020 


126,714 


3,091,821 


227,787 


27,588 


249,638 


24,140 


5,897 


6,810 


2,385 


2,406 


116,702 


9,894 


771 


8,453 


943 


104,027 


131,939 


72,405 


129,120 


3,208^23 


237,681 


28^59 


258,091 


25,083 


77,784 


106,633 


54,000 


97,202 


2,274,836 


177,989 


25.670 


212,530 


18,310 


6,047 


10,433 


3,933 


8,485 


146,348 


16,494 


1,260 


5,243 


1,512 


6,462 


15,098 


5,999 


10,913 


225,479 


21,158 


3,012 


14,018 


957 


2,011 


— 


— 


— 


202,920 


6,676 


— 


— 


— 


6,056 


7,785 


2,803 


7,410 


142,697 


10,502 


1,447 


7,695 


1,829 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


— 


98360 


139,949 


66,735 


124,010 


2,992,280 


232,819 


31389 


239,486 


22,608 


5,667 


(8,010) 


5,670 


5,110 


216,243 


4,862 


(3,030) 


18,605 


2,475 



138 



Municipal Electrical Service 



Municipal Electrical Utilities Financial 





Windsor 
64,650 


Wingham 
1,290 


Woodbridge 
891 






9,129 






A. BALANCE SHEET 
FIXED ASSETS 


S 

33,908,765 
11,551,059 


$ 

575,482 
240,101 


$ 

315,416 
163,505 


$ 

5,359,761 
1,775,250 


Less accumulated depreciation 




22,357,706 

126,548 
2,400,000 
1,311,350 
2,482,989 

26,546 


335,381 

33,765 

50,544 
22,826 


151,911 

13,639 
5,000 

24,925 
5,036 
2,375 


3,584,511 


CURRENT ASSETS 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Investments-term deposits 

-bonds 


989 
309,000 

89,567 


Other 


52 




6,347,433 

1,321,217 

58,777 


107,135 
42,260 


50,975 
4,749 


399,608 
269,639 


OTHER ASSETS 


Sinking fund on debentures 










1,379,994 
25,516,553 


42,260 
476,398 


4,749 
374,969 


269,639 


Equity in Ontario Hydro 


3,878,597 




55,601,686 


961,174 


582,604 


8,132355 






DEBT FROM BORROWINGS 

Debentures outstanding 


1,182,700 


- 


- 


- 








1,182,700 

2,846,743 
180,926 


35,131 
5,125 


34,901 
4,665 




LIABILITIES 


276,846 




68,240 








3,027,669 
4,853,117 

20,526,066 
495,581 


40,256 
81,155 

363,365 


39,566 
23,835 

132,891 
11,343 


345,086 


EQUITY 


429,776 


Sinking fund on debentures 

Accumulated net income invested in 

plant or held as working funds 

Contributed capital 

Other reserves 


3,136,484 
342,412 




25,874,764 
25,516,553 


444,520 
476,398 


168,069 
374,969 


3,908,672 


Reserve for equity in Ontario Hydro 


3,878,597 


Total debt, liabilities and equity 


55,601,686 


961,174 


582,604 


8,132^55 












B. OPERATING STATEMENT 
REVENUE 

Sale of electrical energy 

Miscellaneous 


22,974,374 
655,020 


406,494 
15,126 


278,834 
13,697 


3,235,140 
148,204 




23,629394 


421,620 


292,531 


3383344 






EXPENSE 

Power purchased 

Local generation 


17,303,364 

1,729,791 

1,205,447 

339,297 

908,448 


314,907 

24,549 
33,583 

15,919 


252,981 

14,299 
28,378 

14,175 


2,620,157 
199,604 


Administration 


168,341 


Financial 

Depreciation 

Other 


618 
149,830 


Total expense 


21,486,347 


388^58 


309,833 


3,138350 




2,143,047 


-32,662 


(17,302) 


244,794 







Statements A and B 



139 



Statements for the Year Ended December 31, 1974 



Woodville 


Wyoming 


York 


Zurich 


Total 


230 


597 


34,860 


344 


1,872,461 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


86,181 


164,542 


16,966,560 


127,991 


1,127,845,090 


26,626 


65,108 


5,708,954 


32,113 


317,736,586 


59,555 


99,434 


11,257,606 


95,878 


810,108,504 


30 


1 1,089 


130,219 


20,668 


17,069,199 


— 


— 


1,150,000 


— 


39316,408 


3,000 


1,400 


350,000 


— 


3,941,154 


3,048 


4,926 


529,734 


6,855 


52,321,061 


— 


55 


57,988 


600 


3,792,226 


6,078 


17,470 


2,217,941 


28,123 


1 16,340,048 





58 


431,859 


3,097 


36,424,909 


— 


— 


— 


— 


27,297,677 


— 


1,139 


649,656 


1,797 


19,654,847 





1,197 


1,081,515 


4,894 


83,377,433 


50,864 


94,909 


12,156,302 


98,336 


671,088,687 


116,497 


213,010 


26,713^64 


227,231 


1,680314,672 










124,962,937 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,515,741 


- 


- 


- 


- 


126,478,678 


4,387 


10,538 


956,762 


8,956 


83,092,574 


265 


1,041 


779,045 


146 


21,374,804 


4,652 


11,579 


1,735,807 


9,102 


104,467,378 


5,248 


9,700 


790,979 


5,592 


154,611,276 


— 


— 


— 


— 


27,297,677 


46,147 


96,822 


11,965,214 


114,201 


513,412,651 


9,586 


— 


65,062 


— 


81,592,486 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,965,839 


60,981 


106,522 


12,821,255 


119,793 


778,879,929 


50,864 


94,909 


12,156,302 


98,336 


671,088,687 


116,497 


213,010 


26,713364 


227331 


1,680314,672 


43,151 


116,881 


10,180,509 


85,607 


711,420,135 


1,392 


2,298 


479,444 


3,358 


28,118,970 


44^43 


119,179 


10,659,953 


884*65 


739339,105 


34,988 


91,537 


7,806,433 


61,813 


550,814,374 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,080,488 


2,707 


3,513 


615,826 


7,329 


48,091,376 


2,556 


5,902 


977,834 


10,148 


44,965,100 


— 


— 


4,187 


— 


16,820,625 


2,899 


5,326 


513,632 


3,811 


31,346,995 


— 


— 


83,254 


— 


752,637 


43,150 


106,278 


10,001,166 


83,101 


693371395 


1393 


124*01 


658,787 


5364 


45,667310 



STATEMENT "C" 

Statement C records revenue, use of energy, number of customers, average use per 
customer, and average revenue per kilowatt-hour for each of the main classes of 
service for all the municipal electrical utilities supplied under cost contracts with 
Ontario Hydro. The number of customers shown is that at the end of the year under 
review, but the calculation of monthly energy use per customer is based on the aver- 
age of the numbers served at the end of the year under review and the preceding 
year. The revenue and use of energy for house heating and the use of flat-rate water 
heaters are included in the totals shown, the flat-rate water-heater kilowatt-hours 
being estimated on the basis of 16.8 hours' use per day. 

The average revenue per kilowatt-hour is the average paid by the customer, that is 
the average revenue per kilowatt-hour received by the utility. Such a statistical aver- 
age does not represent the utility's actual revenue from delivering one kilowatt-hour. 
However, a comparison of this average over a number of years gives some indica- 
tion of the trend of revenue in any one municipality, and the general trend may be 
seen in the table on page 88. 

The general service class includes data on both industrial and commercial custom- 
ers. 

Information on monthly rates and comparative bills are now published separately 
from this publication. Readers who require this information may obtain it by re- 
quest to the Power Market Analysis Department of the Regions and Marketing 
Branch, at the Ontario Hydro Head Office, Toronto. 

141 



142 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Toronto 

Hamilton 
North York 
Ottawa 
Etobicoke 

Scarborough 
Mississauga 

Windsor 

London 

St. Catharines 

Kitchener 

Oshawa 

Thunder Bay 

Oakville 

York 

East York 
Burlington 

Guelph 

Sudbury 

Nepean Twp. 

Brantford 

Peterborough 

Sarnia 

Kingston 

Waterloo 

North Bay 
Niagara Falls 
Brampton 

Gait 

Barrie 

Gloucester Twp. 
Welland 
Chatham 
Vaughan Twp. 
Belleville 

Stratford 

Woodstock 

Whitby 

Orillia 

St. Thomas 



kWh 
6,553,680.346 
5,007,285,550 
3,650,780,594 
2.968,368,643 
2,515,009,928 

2,419,441,445 
1,999,642,354 
1,601,405,022 
1.580,110,984 
1.113,900,182 

978,903,803 
944,177,926 
823,138,993 
782,630,362 
737,662,347 

685,425,667 
623,997,361 
594,632,052 
576,036,860 
535,601,769 

503,002,562 
472,197,242 
453,935,718 
447,114,979 
377,373,240 

359,901.128 
351,510,725 
339,839,588 
330.026,318 
308,362.529 

296,729.033 
283.157.447 
276,824.196 
272.758,552 
263,884,440 

234,565.033 
229.710,949 
205,202,039 
199.607,931 
191,187,658 



92,724,700 
57,500,709 
54,161,485 
41.509,065 
34,548,606 

34,403,543 
27,263,330 
22,974,374 
22.664.847 
15,640,294 

14,127,009 
13,010,398 
11,770,570 
10,818,886 
10,180,509 

9,766,489 
10,027,531 
8,103,084 
9,168,132 
7,760,362 

6,797,324 
6,778,294 
6,055,300 
6,554,485 
5,439,256 

5,622,125 
5,392,921 
5,720,196 
4,654.119 
4,730,547 

4.782,211 
4,390.701 
4.305,150 
4,251,419 
3,791,197 

3,499,640 
3,235.140 
3.091,821 
2,817.839 
2.846.403 



204,656 
108,864 
135,243 
103,352 
88.586 

84,333 
52,110 
64,650 
73,455 
37,374 

37,533 
28,992 
36,397 
19,821 
34,860 

29,179 
27,590 
19,455 
28,712 
16,328 

22,519 
21,019 
17,430 
19,835 
10,843 

16,889 
20.476 
11.882 
12.423 
11.888 

12,793 
13,246 
12.343 
7.825 
12.640 

8,492 
9,129 
8,238 
8.305 
9,675 



kWh 

1,215,375,898 
661,533,117 

1.213.387,985 
853,748,564 
750,201,705 

838,867,765 
477.223,083 
408,895,521 
527,258,267 
239,651,414 

297,652,785 
282,340.333 
313,802.851 
193,025,006 
245,604,987 

193,104,181 
262,093,992 
179,085,358 
272,956,413 
217,360,208 

157,382,603 
180,267,106 
134,682,181 
150,600.066 
109.670.234 

154,372,794 
126,157,793 
104.344,923 
98.095,822 
98,217,845 

140,011,761 
71,778.160 
71.585.475 
71,779.100 

101,010.632 

74.117.761 
70.430,272 
86.283,201 
68.880.603 
63,973.834 



$ 
20,019.646 
11,293,006 
19,631,592 
11,431,695 
11,531,684 

12,658,322 
7,684,075 
7,750,442 
9,426.765 
4,511,208 

4,650,352 
4,456,829 
4,826,007 
3,426,433 
3,588,218 

3,129,968 
4,679,540 
2,950,222 
4,368,526 
3,418,867 

2,521,436 
2.960,776 
2,189,347 
2,493,674 
1,780,194 

2,646,373 
2,220,927 
1,946,304 
1,594,848 
1,778,819 

2,495,562 
1,500,593 
1,406.360 
1.269.210 
1.489.830 

1.297.277 
1.195.799 
1,453.684 
1.054,966 
1,196,928 



173,576 
97,991 

121,392 
91,210 
82,156 

75,470 
46,844 
57,600 
66,849 
34,070 

34,001 
25,918 
32,650 
17,257 
30,843 

26,616 
25,475 
17,786 
25,767 
14,527 

20,049 
18,717 
15,598 
16.567 
9,567 

14,742 
18,167 
10,484 
10,910 
10.155 

11.728 
11.885 
10.740 
6.305 
10.624 

7.502 
8.099 
7,414 
7.318 
8,643 



kWh 
573 
570 
840 
781 
761 

935 
933 
594 
665 
600 

739 
919 
805 
946 
647 

569 
880 

851 

882 

1,273 

663 
835 

721 
754 
978 

880 
587 
839 
758 
803 

1.031 
509 
568 



832 
738 
973 
792 
618 



Statement C 



143 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 










(under 5,000 kW) 






(large users over 5.000 kW) 




Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Cus- 


per 


per 






Cus- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


tomers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


C 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


3,957,780,675 


56,927,001 


31,063 


10,571 


1.44 


1.314.496,063 


14,870.099 


17 


1.13 


66.027,710 


907,954 


1,175,974,227 


16,441,403 


10,859 


9,053 


1.40 


3,144,985.024 


29,392,375 


14 


0.93 


24.793,182 


373,925 


2,299,438,916 


32,856,651 


13,849 


14,074 


1.43 


98,709,693 


1.091,380 


2 


111 


39,244,000 


581,862 


1,823,048,699 


26,357,352 


12,136 


12,558 


1.45 


264,312,000 


3,301,394 


6 


1.25 


27,259,380 


418,624 


1,570,918,457 


20,739,221 


6,427 


20,678 


1.32 


167,016,000 


1.906,910 


3 


1.14 


26,873,766 


370,791 


1,387,731,529 


19,665.861 


8,859 


13,170 


1.42 


166.153.200 


1,706,676 


4 


1.03 


26,688,951 


372,684 


1,096,721,031 


15,044,904 


5,261 


18.652 


1.37 


409.327.960 


4.312.939 


5 


1.05 


16.370,280 


221,412 


763,798,518 


10,807,697 


7.045 


9,025 


1.41 


407,978,070 


4,127,967 


5 


1.01 


20,732,913 


288,268 


955,203,497 


12,197,436 


6,605 


12,370 


1.28 


77,158,400 


776,873 


1 


1.01 


20,490,820 


263,773 


306,322,656 


4,534,144 


3,298 


7,779 


1.48 


555,004,380 


6,414,854 


6 


1.16 


12,921,732 


180.088 


473,892,274 


7,048,045 


3,528 


11,277 


1.49 


194,782.000 


2,246.658 


4 


1.15 


12,576,744 


181,954 


275,820,376 


3,997,930 


3,063 


7,673 


1.45 


378,127.781 


4,444,663 


11 


1.18 


7,889,436 


1 10,976 


497,158,360 


6.782,358 


3,747 


10,768 


1.36 


- 


- 


- 


- 


12,177,782 


162,205 


251,246,785 


3,849,636 


2,561 


8,335 


1.53 


333.268,000 


3,464,549 


3 


1.04 


5,090,571 


78,268 


387,838,657 


5,493,012 


4,014 


8,089 


1.42 


96,742,520 


997,575 


3 


1.03 


7,476,183 


101,704 


419,496,900 


5,785,400 


2,562 


13,674 


1.38 


65,151,600 


741,534 


1 


1.14 


7,672,986 


109,587 


355,782,163 


5,263,881 


2,115 


14,505 


1.48 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6,121,206 


84,110 


308,748,935 


3,959,789 


1,667 


15,708 


1.28 


100.821,741 


1,114,012 


2 


1.10 


5,976,018 


79,061 


296,021,846 


4,693,514 


2,945 


8.385 


1.59 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7,058,601 


106,092 


279,263,875 


3,912,178 


1,800 


13,245 


1.40 


37,164,834 


402,262 


1 


1.08 


1,812,852 


27,055 


310,516,950 


3,877,107 


2,469 


10,750 


1.25 


28,185,600 


304,983 


1 


1.08 


6,917,409 


93,798 


211,541,143 


2,918,024 


2,299 • 


7,407 


1.38 


74,690,364 


824,298 


3 


1.10 


5,698,629 


75,196 


230,858,495 


3,026,335 


1,831 


10,646 


1.31 


82,376,400 


757.021 


1 


0.92 


6,018,642 


82,597 


291,856,909 


3,998,281 


3,268 


7,589 


1.37 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,658,004 


62,530 


197,460,772 


2,878,713 


1,275 


13,538 


1.46 


65,148,000 


705.149 


1 


1.08 


5,094,234 


75,200 


203,007,191 


2,939,411 


2,147 


7,823 


1.45 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2,521,143 


36,341 


219,370,920 


3,090,770 


2,309 


7,952 


1.41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5,982,012 


81,224 


231,858,971 


3,716,636 


1,398 


14,114 


1.60 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,635,694 


57,256 


228,214,549 


3,008,720 


1,513 


13,355 


1,32 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,715,947 


50,551 


208,491,672 


2,928,192 


1,733 


10,805 


1.40 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,653,012 


23,536 


119,602,001 


1,859,414 


1,064 


9,677 


1.55 


35,280,774 


398,622 


1 


1.13 


1,834,497 


28,613 


160,483,874 


2,267,494 


1,360 


10,067 


1.41 


46,715,930 


564,764 


1 


1.21 


4,179,483 


57,850 


201,016,947 


2,838,824 


1,603 


10,267 


1.41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,221,774 


59,966 


199,105,994 


2,954,422 


1,520 


11,257 


1.48 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,873,458 


27,787 


158,613,739 


2,242,895 


2,016 


6,587 


1.41 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4,260,069 


58,472 


157,192,863 


2,158,091 


990 


13,333 


1.37 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3,254,409 


44,272 


156,004,956 


1,996,846 


1,030 


12,714 


1.28 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3,275,721 


42,495 


92,149,964 


1,292,754 


823 


9,451 


1.40 


24,185,460 


309,591 


1 


1.28 


2,583,414 


35,792 


128,584,806 


1,735,888 


987 


10,536 


1,35 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,142,522 


26,985 


125,272,101 


1,624,635 


1,032 


10,305 


1.30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1,941,723 


24,840 



144 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Customers 



Mthly. 
Use 

per 
Cust. 



Acton 

Ailsa Craig 

Ajax 

Alexandria 

Alfred 

Alliston 

Almonte 

Alvinston 

Amherstburg.... 
Ancaster Twp. 

Apple Hill 

Arkona 

Arnprior 

Arthur 

Athens 

Atikokan Twp. 

Aurora 

Avonmore 

Aylmer 

Ayr 

Baden 

Bancroft 

Barrie 

Barry's Bay 

Bath 

Beachburg 

Beach ville 

Beamsville 

Beaverton 

Beeton 

Belle River 

Belleville 

Belmont 

Blenheim 

Bloomfield 

Blyth 

Bobcaygeon 

Bolton 

Bothwell 

Bowmanville .... 



kWh 

44,173,845 

3,486,645 

101,977,270 

30,165,156 

7,632,734 

27,761,914 
21,863,353 
2,365,805 
49,750,656 
18,341,073 

1,080,024 

2,209,727 

62,034,867 

14,720,516 

5,580,403 

24,884,905 
80,080,118 

1,018,886 
40,024,928 

9,727,850 

6,012,636 
16,724,444 
308,362,529 
6,519,110 
4,544,628 

3,414,079 
25,542,395 
18,551,690 
13,511,803 

6,246,902 

15,294,270 
263,884,440 

7,366,560 
19,431,980 

3,970,341 

7,014,100 
11,678,364 
25,572,601 

4,765,700 
82,231,557 



$ 

617,390 

56,147 

1,593,845 

447,436 

118,739 

412,528 
343,285 
41,298 
635,937 
306,874 

18,109 

25,073 

791,182 

207,455 

88,424 

474,150 

1,160,768 

20,554 

610,247 

147,577 

97,939 

261,422 

4,730,547 

112,814 

78,497 

53,968 
258,500 
271,776 
205,691 
105,917 

259,949 

3,791,197 

106,527 

301,385 

61,095 

112,267 

210,142 

467,102 

75,987 

1,202,546 



2,068 

271 

4,255 

1,329 

395 

1,537 
1,339 
355 
1,878 
1,208 

120 
216 

2,248 
657 
443 

1,862 
3,760 

116 
1,938 

493 

314 
883 
11,888 
508 
292 

268 

344 

1,527 

815 



1,133 
12,640 

268 
1,406 

321 

389 
925 

1,482 
388 

3,745 



kWh 
16,320,495 

2,216,600 
30,894,641 
13,408,605 

4,435,681 

10,514,310 
11,461,644 
1,362,395 
17,816,359 
13,450,395 

837,000 

1,639,380 

20,473,555 

4,987,500 

3,766,750 

16,093,325 
33,199,271 
755,250 
18,270,850 
4,463,673 

2,222,509 
7,161,594 
98,217,845 
3,393,287 
2,378,157 

2,588,726 
2,723,261 
10,090,844 
7,193,700 
3,731,428 

10,348,880 
101,010,632 
2,600,480 
8,619,960 
2,378,580 

3,205,230 
7,673,350 

11,550,046 
2,841,140 

37,780,488 



$ 
238,695 

32,607 
548,876 
205,819 

66,125 

169,551 
196,722 
23,456 
250,514 
229,067 

14,026 
18,204 
297,593 
75,741 
57,953 

308,123 
513,472 

15,127 
280,165 

66,604 

35,490 
115,528 
1,778,819 
60,239 
40,252 

38,538 
43,021 
149,616 
109,811 
57,193 

181,721 
1,489,830 
37,733 
137,968 
33,256 

49,563 
134,302 
230,097 

42,314 
593,758 



1,852 

221 

3,804 

1,119 

324 

1,337 
1,174 
290 
1,596 
1,099 

101 

188 

1,941 

521 
378 

1,592 

3,329 

96 

1,662 

413 

250 
696 
10,155 
415 
249 

227 
305 
1,346 
689 
429 

1,039 

10,624 

232 

1,201 

257 

309 
763 

1,287 
310 

3,371 



kWh 
791 
849 
701 
995 
1,159 

739 
819 
391 
934 
1,022 

715 
749 
887 
839 
836 

841 
838 
663 
914 
911 

745 
864 
803 
687 



961 
745 
631 

885 
732 

849 
794 
942 
604 
776 

867 
845 
793 
770 
962 



Statement C 



145 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


C 


kWh 


$ 




« 


kWh 


$ 


27,354,516 


372,189 


216 


10,753 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


498,834 


6,506 


1,189,460 


22,445 


50 


1,963 


1.89 


— 


— 


— 


— 


80,585 


1,095 


70,371,674 


1,034,691 


451 


13,419 


1.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


710,955 


10,278 


16,473,168 


237,856 


210 


6,746 


1.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


283,383 


3,761 


3,109,141 


51,460 


71 


3,649 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


87,912 


1,154 


17,013,838 


239,801 


200 


7,234 


1.41 


_ 


_ 


_ 





233,766 


3,176 


10,047,064 


142,084 


165 


5,137 


1.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


354,645 


4,479 


892,860 


16,534 


65 


1,145 


1.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 10,550 


1,308 


31,369,862 


378,387 


282 


9,576 


1.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


564,435 


7,036 


4,487,415 


72,134 


109 


3,545 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


403,263 


5,673 


220,713 


3,829 


19 


943 


1.73 





_ 


_ 


_ 


22,311 


254 


500,750 


6,007 


28 


1,439 


1.20 


— 


— 


— 


— 


69,597 


862 


41,047,826 


486,849 


307 


11,197 


1.19 


— 


— 


— 


— 


513,486 


6,740 


9,528,554 


128,979 


136 


5,796 


1.35 


— 


— 


— 


— 


204,462 


2,735 


1,666,800 


28,542 


65 


2,153 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


146,853 


1,929 


8,227,303 


157,500 


270 


2,627 


1.91 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


564,277 


8,527 


45,850,878 


633,931 


431 


9,130 


1.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,029,969 


13,365 


216,350 


4,806 


20 


901 


2.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


47,286 


621 


21,405,760 


325,201 


276 


6,644 


1.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


348,318 


4,881 


5,109,193 


79,019 


80 


5,289 


1.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


154,984 


1,954 


3,617,478 


60,083 


64 


4,638 


1.66 


_ 


_ 








172,649 


2,366 


9,288,125 


142,363 


187 


4,184 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


274,725 


3,531 


208,491,672 


2,928,192 


1,733 


10,805 


1.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,653,012 


23,536 


2,936,013 


50,055 


93 


2,765 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


189,810 


2,520 


2,091,213 


37,191 


43 


3,873 


1.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


75,258 


1,054 


761,417 


14,686 


41 


1,548 


1.93 














63,936 


744 


22,711,575 


214,059 


39 


47,316 


0.94 


— 


— 


— 


— 


107,559 


1,420 


8,147,160 


118,423 


181 


3,670 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


313,686 


3,737 


6,096,658 


93,221 


126 


3,878 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


221,445 


2,659 


2,377,945 


46,969 


69 


2,811 


1.98 


— 


— 


— 


— 


137,529 


1,755 


4,696,970 


74,744 


94 


4,186 


1.59 











_ 


248,420 


3,484 


158,613,739 


2,242,895 


2,016 


6,587 


1.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,260,069 


58,472 


4,693,150 


67,874 


36 


10,864 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


72,930 


920 


10,443,380 


158,717 


205 


4,214 


1.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


368,640 


4,700 


1,532,154 


27,076 


64 


1,995 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


59,607 


763 


3,631,050 


60,266 


80 


3,955 


1.66 














177,820 


2,438 


3,715,970 


71,888 


162 


1,923 


1.93 


— 


— 


— 


— 


289,044 


3,952 


13,672,239 


231,702 


195 


6,330 


1.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


350,316 


5,303 


1,750,070 


31,525 


78 


1,882 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


174,490 


2,148 


43,627,227 


597,922 


374 


9,906 


1.37 


" 


" 


" 


" 


823,842 


10,866 



146 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Bracebridge 

Bradford 

Braeside 

Brampton 

Brantford 

Brantford Twp. 

Brechin 

Bridgeport 

Brigden 

Brighton 

Brock ville 

Brussels 

Burford 

Burgessville 

Burk's Falls 

Burlington 

Cache Bay 

Caledonia 

Campbellford... 
Campbellville... 

Cannington 

Capreol 

Cardinal 

Carle ton Place 
Casselman 

Cayuga 

Chalk River 

Chapleau Twp. 

Chatham 

Chatsworth 

Ctaesley 

Chesterville 

Chippawa 

Clifford 

Clinton 

Cobden 

Cobourg 

Cochrane 

Colboroe 

Coldwater 



kWh 

29,428,015 

23,271,993 

10,963,093 

339,839,588 

503,002,562 

99,069,763 
1,774,154 

10,637,180 
1,896,328 

18,968,918 

179,956,670 
5,337,341 
5,992,613 
1,617,473 
6,979,294 

623,997,361 

2,850,130 

11,692,420 

27,710,360 

1,871,909 

7,647,769 
18,979,190 

6,238,832 
32,060,857 

8,497,611 

5,651,846 
4,521,008 
17,180,816 
276,824,196 
2,305,559 

10,469,270 
12,409,691 
15,036,521 
3,592,499 
18,326,381 

5,729,536 

127,501,279 

32,312,571 

11.593,809 

5,876,545 



$ 

498,333 

365,799 

140,650 

5,720,196 

6,797,324 

1,565,122 
28,048 
153,272 
26,526 
321,159 

2,482,928 
83,547 
96,940 
26,523 
113,817 

10,027,531 

42,505 

212,384 

337,411 

28,570 

1 14,962 
319,570 
105,932 
494,720 
147,859 

107,360 

71,499 

353,004 

4,305,150 

39,298 

165,201 
193,173 
290,949 
62,122 
323,487 

86,660 
1,665,186 
502,964 
183,155 
88,855 



1,581 

1,801 

172 

11,882 

22,519 

3,175 
114 
715 
218 

1,300 

7,301 
433 
474 
121 
408 

27,590 

223 

1,147 

1,548 

119 

539 
1,295 

701 
2,066 

502 

465 

323 

1,137 

12,343 

206 

841 
539 

1,663 
298 

1,370 

424 

4,036 

1,640 

684 

372 



kWh 

14,280,830 

11,109,540 

1,353,125 

104,344,923 

157,382,603 

35,518,790 

777,100 

7,854,953 

1,100,080 

10,719,144 

63,558,195 
3,409,749 
3,757,797 
1,194,595 
3,733,367 

262,093,992 

2,403,850 

6,719,286 

12,981,873 

1,546,319 

5,435,417 
13,084,380 

4,439,739 
16,599,162 

4,931,783 

2,930,550 
3,428,243 
9,798,041 
71,585,475 
1,574,730 

7,054,353 
4,728,006 

10,683.998 
2,159,860 

10,022,515 

3,670,234 
28,775,044 
14,033,623 
6,728,593 
3,660,899 



S 

255,826 

173,816 

22,409 

1,946,304 

2,521,436 

580,568 
11,479 

102,447 
13,400 

180.473 

1,033,951 
50,384 
58,474 
16,260 
59,065 

4,679,540 
34,090 
131,231 
154,746 
23,098 

79,495 
227,293 

78,057 
282,409 

86,416 

55,090 

54,339 

203,139 

1,406,360 

25,258 

104,645 
77,875 

215,542 
34,193 

177,218 

51,487 
457,163 
238,231 
106,834 

50,458 



1,276 

1,564 

152 

10,484 

20,049 

2,805 

84 

636 

168 

1,107 

6,473 
345 
380 
98 
323 

25,475 

207 

998 

1,284 

111 

455 

1,181 

631 

1,858 
412 

377 
297 
966 
10,740 
168 

703 
455 

1,545 
224 

1,146 

347 

3,428 

1,379 

588 

318 



kWh 
939 
699 
757 
839 
663 

1,062 
744 

1,032 
542 



815 
836 
825 
1,021 
977 

880 
992 
566 
842 
1,204 

1,020 
936 
597 
755 

1,014 

662 
965 
852 
568 
786 

843 
883 
586 
822 
726 

883 
705 
847 
960 
970 



Statement C 



147 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


« 


kWh 


$ 




t 


kWh 


S 


14,696,636 


236,037 


305 


3,983 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


450,549 


6,470 


11,822,793 


187,280 


237 


4,302 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


339,660 


4,703 


9,580,664 


117,793 


20 


38,946 


1.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


29,304 


448 


231,858,971 


3,716,636 


1,398 


14,114 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,635,694 


57,256 


310,516,950 


3,877,107 


2,469 


10,750 


1.25 


28,185,600 


304,983 


1 


1.08 


6,917,409 


93,798 


35,082,668 


577,763 


369 


8,144 


1.65 


28,173,600 


402,846 


1 


1.43 


294,705 


3,945 


967,750 


16,177 


30 


2,734 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


29,304 


392 


2,584,580 


48,436 


79 


2,815 


1.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


197,647 


2,389 


730,980 


12,442 


50 


1,231 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


65,268 


684 


8,000,690 


137,101 


193 


3,575 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


249,084 


3,585 


85,482,598 


1,112,392 


827 


8,264 


1.30 


29,128,000 


312,768 


1 


1.07 


1,787,877 


23,817 


1,838,681 


32,042 


88 


1,741 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


88,911 


1,121 


2,125,925 


37,093 


94 


1,885 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


108,891 


1,373 


389,578 


9,845 


23 


1,443 


2.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


33,300 


418 


3,164,675 


53,666 


85 


3,140 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


81,252 


1,086 


355,782,163 


5,263,881 


2,115 


14,505 


1.48 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6,121,206 


84,110 


389,670 


7,615 


16 


2,095 


1.95 


— 


— 


— 


— 


56,610 


800 


4,657,450 


77,132 


149 


2,640 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


315,684 


4,021 


14,266,616 


177,405 


264 


4,529 


1.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


461,871 


5,260 


278,970 


4,847 


8 


2,906 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


46,620 


625 


2,065,832 


33,728 


84 


2,074 


1.63 














146,520 


1,739 


5,575,130 


87,834 


114 


4,204 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


319,680 


4,443 


1,641,917 


26,052 


70 


1,983 


1.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


157,176 


1,823 


14,966,191 


206,061 


208 


6,084 


1.38 


— 


— 


— 


— 


495,504 


6,250 


3,444,949 


59,782 


90 


3,137 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


120,879 


1,661 


2,493,319 


49,247 


88 


2,375 


1.98 














227,977 


3,023 


984,540 


15,812 


26 


3,156 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


108,225 


1,348 


7,222,269 


147,275 


171 


3,449 


2.04 


— 


— 


— 


— 


160,506 


2,590 


201,016,947 


2,838,824 


1,603 


10,267 


1.41 


— 


— 


— 


— 


4,221,774 


59,966 


626,600 


12,592 


38 


1,392 


2.01 


— 


— 


— 


— 


104,229 


1,448 


3,138,527 


56,940 


138 


1,895 


1.81 














276,390 


3,616 


7,547,819 


113,382 


84 


7,578 


1.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


133,866 


1,916 


3,923,619 


69,508 


118 


2,736 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


428,904 


5,899 


1,358,380 


26,978 


74 


1,540 


1.99 


— 


— 


— 


— 


74,259 


951 


7,946,216 


141,017 


224 


2,898 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


357,650 


5,252 


1,910,784 


33,273 


77 


2,028 


1.74 











_ 


148,518 


1,900 


97,951,677 


1,198,069 


608 


13,425 


1.22 


— 


— 


— 


— 


774,558 


9,954 


17,932,628 


259,739 


261 


5,781 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


346,320 


4,994 


4,595,153 


72,585 


96 


4,010 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


270,063 


3,736 


2,149,046 


37,551 


54 


3,316 


1.75 


~ 








66,600 


846 



148 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Collin gwood.... 

Comber 

Coniston 

Cookstown 

Cottam 

Courtright 

Creemore 

Dashwood 

Deep River 

Delaware 

Delhi 

Deseronto 

Dorchester 

Drayton 

Dresden 

Drum bo 

Dryden 

Dublin 

Dundalk 

Dundas 

Dunnville 

Durham 

Dutton 

East York 

Eganville 

Elmira 

Elmvale 

Elmwood 

Elora 

Embro 

Embrun 

Erieau 

Erie Beach 

Erin 

Espanola 

Essex 

Etobicoke 

Exeter 

Fenelon Falls. 
Fergus 



kWh 
125,975,395 
3,196,270 
11,173,437 
4,909,112 
2,661,670 

2,338,255 
5,381,641 
2,983,930 
35,857,781 
2,081,700 

22,981,692 
13,214,648 
4,448,756 
4,448,046 
18,659,514 

1,994,854 

37,533,410 

2,069,993 

8,624,383 

95,084,304 

34,915,233 
14,603,297 

3,313,630 
685,425,667 

7,421,689 

50,714,006 
8,439,130 
1,439,403 

13,108,381 
4,217,079 

11,183,958 
3,628,280 
772,670 
11,378,857 
30,811,611 

24,280,850 
2,515,009,928 
24,518,936 
13,012,903 
63,460,223 



$ 
1,749,706 
53,457 
186,469 
79,018 
43,560 

45,255 
86,787 
39,224 
581,285 
27,280 

353,656 

213,001 

72,735 

77,724 

299,388 

32,001 

657,204 

32,972 

132,744 

1,578,970 

549,143 
240,854 
61,734 
9,766,489 
110,773 

727,841 
122,712 

23,880 
213,240 

63,920 

190,389 
49,578 
13,595 
169,284 
528,077 

426,763 
34,548,606 
406,275 
226,307 
955,905 



4,183 
256 
806 
368 
278 

273 
440 
201 
1,619 
170 

1,750 
626 
398 
342 

1,047 

189 

2,419 

129 

588 

5,491 

2,191 

1,107 

408 

29,179 

551 



501 
164 
806 
311 

489 
387 
156 
690 
1,850 

1,746 

88,586 

1,551 

962 

1,964 



kWh 
35,352,980 
1,604,390 
8,077,906 
4,004,850 
1,826,370 

1,651,800 
3,971,810 
1,720,550 
20,205,103 
1,607,090 

9,555,457 
5,583,877 
2,616,861 
2,377,890 
6,080,870 

1,434,362 

19,276,330 

963,206 

4,790,200 
45,801,725 

10,695,856 

7,834,750 

1,728,250 

193,104,181 

3,898,405 

16,607,321 
4,002,800 
1,072,640 
6,795,733 
3,099,150 

6,530,879 

2,631,570 

713,080 

7,104,900 

21,733,040 

13,615,708 
750,201,705 
13,919,382 
7,986,600 
17,227,004 



$ 

570,789 
27,065 
136,958 
61,064 
28,473 

32,834 
61,373 
22,159 
341,309 
20,098 

149,091 
95,541 
43,089 
39,536 
98,910 

22,008 

367,966 

13,016 

70,814 

838,849 

191,055 
126,961 

33,193 
3,129,968 

53,540 

251,514 
52,710 
16,523 

114,593 
44,125 

113,608 
32,839 
12,586 
96,513 

368,160 

252,249 
11,531,684 
215,917 
139,350 
300,080 



3,614 
226 
741 
316 
228 

249 
372 
166 
1,481 
148 

1,436 
550 
338 
272 
854 

153 

2,066 

92 

476 
4,905 

1,849 

954 

321 

26,616 

453 

1,714 
401 
139 
687 
254 

389 
332 
153 
583 
1,648 

1,508 

82,156 

1,300 

794 

1,714 



kWh 
832 
608 
917 
1,059 
669 

557 
899 
866 
1,148 
911 

561 
863 
648 
752 
602 

786 
790 
863 
866 
780 



701 
447 
569 
711 

835 
834 
643 
846 
1,058 

1,447 

663 

388 

1,021 

1,112 



760 
761 



831 
860 



Statement C 



149 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


C 


kWh 


$ 




t 


kWh 


$ 


89,823,215 


1,168,298 


569 


13,284 


1.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


799,200 


10,619 


1,505,300 


25,268 


30 


4,326 


1.68 


— 


— 


— 


— 


86,580 


1,124 


2,790,170 


45,377 


65 


3,633 


1.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


305,361 


4,134 


816,350 


16,739 


52 


1,308 


2.05 


— 


— 


— 


— 


87,912 


1,215 


773,030 


14,313 


50 


1,288 


1.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


62,270 


774 


608,200 


11,364 


24 


2,204 


1.87 














78,255 


1,057 


1,280,960 


23,692 


68 


1,593 


1.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


128,871 


1,722 


1,209,100 


16,458 


35 


2,963 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


54,280 


607 


14,841,823 


228,751 


138 


8,649 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


810,855 


11,225 


421,330 


6,581 


22 


1,596 


1.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


53,280 


601 


12,914,747 


198,218 


314 


3,417 


1.53 














511,488 


6,347 


7,481,920 


115,258 


76 


8,258 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


148,851 


2,202 


1,696,031 


27,905 


60 


2,336 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


135,864 


1,741 


1,969,590 


36,914 


70 


2,414 


1.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


100,566 


1,274 


12,277,944 


196,711 


193 


5,471 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


300,700 


3,767 


530,495 


9,633 


36 


1,195 


1.82 














29,997 


360 


17,170,189 


274,243 


353 


4,227 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,086,891 


14,995 


1,060,500 


19,366 


37 


2,489 


1.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


46,287 


590 


3,700,650 


60,213 


112 


2,717 


1.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


133,533 


1,717 


47,068,795 


708,817 


586 


6,816 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,213,784 


31,304 


23,727,203 


351,217 


342 


5,850 


1.48 














492,174 


6,871 


6,551,098 


111,135 


153 


3,568 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


217,449 


2,758 


1,493,805 


27,434 


87 


1,537 


1.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


91,575 


1,107 


419,496,900 


5,785,400 


2,562 


13,674 


1.38 


65,151,600 


741,534 


1 


1.14 


7,672,986 


109,587 


3,388,752 


55,514 


98 


2,942 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


134,532 


1,719 


33,769,023 


471,565 


284 


10,423 


1.40 














337,662 


4,762 


4,311,122 


68,467 


100 


3,593 


1.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


125,208 


1,535 


323,140 


6,791 


25 


1,077 


2.10 


— 


— 


— 


— 


43,623 


566 


6,141,486 


96,500 


119 


4,674 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


171,162 


2,147 


1,062,984 


19,146 


57 


1,554 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


54,945 


649 


4,518,880 


74,942 


100 


3,843 


1.66 














134,199 


1,839 


923,120 


15,819 


55 


1,411 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


73,590 


920 


37,610 


754 


3 


1,045 


2.00 


— 


— 


— 


— 


21,980 


255 


4,100,464 


70,765 


107 


3,209 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


173,493 


2,006 


8,658,658 


153,621 


202 


3,590 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


419,913 


6,296 


10,266,208 


168,805 


238 


3,688 


1.64 














398,934 


5,709 


1,570,918,457 


20,739,221 


6,427 


20,678 


1.32 


167,016,000 


1,906,910 


3 


1.14 


26,873,766 


370,791 


10,134,686 


184,497 


251 


3,385 


1.82 


— 


— 


— 


— 


464,868 


5,861 


4,759,570 


83,329 


168 


2,526 


1.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


266,733 


3,628 


45,758,028 


648,976 


250 


15,469 


1.42 


" 


" 


" 


" 


475,191 


6,849 



150 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Finch 

Flesherton 

Fonthill 

Forest 

Frank ford , 

Gait 

Georgetown 

Glencoe 

Gloucester Twp. 
Goderich 

Grand Bend 

Grand Valley 

Gran ton 

Gravenhurst 

Grimsby 

Guelph 

Hagersville , 

Hamilton 

Hanover — 

Harriston 

Harrow 

Hastings 

Havelock 

Hawkesbury 

Hearst 

Hensall 

Hespeler 

Highgate 

Holstein 

Huntsville 

Ingersoll 

Iroquois 

Jarvis 

Kapuskasing 

Kemptville 

Kenora 

Killaloe Stn 

Kincardine 

King City 

Kingston 



kWh 

2,293,674 

4,824,150 
10,372,607 
16,622,720 

9,105,759 

330,026,318 
105,904,155 
8,955,760 
296,729,033 
66,805,166 

7,379,940 

5,590,034 

1,476,313 

25,341,493 

32,230,739 

594,632,052 

14,183,115 

5,007,285,550 

48,364,682 

12,923,895 

13,722,603 

5,418,295 

6,009,237 

114,717,865 

43,564,095 

8,834,349 
66,980,195 

2,137,146 

807,584 

30,177,769 

53,410,900 
7,287,506 
4,743,746 
39,757,413 
19,988,906 

69,309,550 
3,053,070 

29,810,763 

9,925,249 

447,114,979 



$ 

39,786 

81,541 

175,923 

271,730 

152,133 

4,654,119 
1,715,709 

159,495 
4,782,211 

927,437 

137,853 

89,924 

23,392 

406,103 

504,600 

8,103,084 

264,703 

57,500,709 

734,524 

199,856 

234,907 

88,013 

80,618 

1,471,188 

592,533 

154,564 

934,819 

32,436 

14,822 

458,973 

776,435 
121,002 
76,197 
729,309 
335,575 

1,131,429 

53,546 

487,314 

138,346 

6,554,485 



186 
288 
946 
1,051 
704 

12,423 

5,497 

825 

12,793 
2,890 

897 

439 

133 

1,768 

2,476 

19,455 

983 

108,864 

2,155 

810 

795 

491 

524 

3,149 

1,241 

414 

2,278 

175 

105 

1,534 

3,099 

476 

411 

2,504 

1,035 

4,787 

305 

1,790 

572 

19,835 



kWh 

1,212,647 

2,292,450 

7,202,110 

9,072,920 

6,483,340 

98,095,822 
47,992,368 
4,246,850 
140,011,761 
23,785,430 

4,048,660 
3,711,900 
1,140,593 
13,128,440 
15,745,707 

179,085,358 
6,577,525 

661,533,117 
17,080,070 
6,203,460 

7,197,719 
3,043,120 
3,908,309 
29,581,781 
14,157,036 

3,372,176 

15,902,753 

918,850 

607,200 

12,165,206 

19,196,770 
4,271,550 
2,381,370 

21,570,170 
9,947,171 

34,000,266 
1,867,017 

19,425,262 

6,194,110 

150,600,066 



$ 

19,664 
36,992 
121,939 
144,933 
108,056 

1,594,848 

829,054 

71,698 

2,495,562 
364,834 

76,930 

56,006 

17,520 

215,303 

256,541 

2,950,222 

126,968 

11,293,006 

278,096 

102,341 

121,602 

49,677 

49,175 

441,272 

206,813 

50,633 

270,701 

13,285 

10,398 

197,740 

331,865 
66,655 
40,735 
395,612 
171,256 

543,359 

32,645 

306,862 

86,641 

2,493,674 



143 
221 
846 
870 
602 

10,910 

5,029 

681 

11,728 
2,457 

739 

364 

118 

1,497 

2,143 

17,786 
819 

97,991 

1,837 

664 

625 

400 

439 

2,847 

1,017 

328 
2,029 

156 

82 

1,252 

2,730 
393 
331 

2,149 
867 

4,106 

251 

1,500 

512 

16,567 



kWh 
717 
870 
707 
872 
899 

758 
799 
533 
1,031 
807 

459 
853 
806 
743 
612 

851 
680 
570 
779 
790 

960 

645 

747 

889 

1,182 

863 
657 
489 
641 
813 

602 
919 
611 
839 
964 

692 

602 

1,092 

1,015 

754 



Statement C 



151 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


C 


kWh 


$ 




C 


kWh 


$ 


974,800 


18,728 


43 


1,846 


1.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


106,227 


1,394 


2,448,450 


43,361 


67 


3,163 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


83,250 


1,188 


2,953,048 


51,131 


100 


2,577 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


217,449 


2,853 


7,222,460 


122,422 


181 


3,298 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


327,340 


4,375 


2,446,595 


41,838 


102 


2,049 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


175,824 


2,239 


228,214,549 


3,008,720 


1,513 


13,355 


1.32 














3,715,947 


50,551 


56,769,264 


869,355 


468 


10,229 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,142,523 


17,300 


4,529,760 


85,384 


144 


2,696 


1.88 


— 


— 


— 


— 


179,150 


2,413 


119,602,001 


1,859,414 


1,064 


9,677 


1.55 


35,280,774 


398,622 


1 


1.13 


1,834,497 


28,613 


42,071,685 


550,514 


433 


8,220 


1.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


948,051 


12,089 


3,000,280 


56,261 


158 


1,553 


1.88 














331,000 


4,662 


1,798,880 


32,835 


75 


2,082 


1.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


79,254 


1,083 


304,750 


5,502 


15 


1,814 


1.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


30,970 


370 


11,843,423 


185,717 


271 


3,746 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


369,630 


5,083 


15,823,694 


239,577 


333 


3,936 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


661,338 


8,482 


308,748,935 


3,959,789 


1,667 


15,708 


1.28 


100,821,741 


1,114,012 


2 


1.10 


5,976,018 


79,061 


7,338,524 


134,014 


164 


3,718 


1.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


267,066 


3,721 


1,175,974,227 


16,441,403 


10,859 


9,053 


1.40 


3,144,985,024 


29,392,375 


14 


0.93 


24,793,182 


373,925 


30,820,743 


450,192 


318 


8,285 


1.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


463,869 


6,236 


6,474,015 


94,383 


146 


3,597 


1.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


246,420 


3,132 


6,332,077 


1 10,609 


170 


3,150 


1.75 














192,807 


2,696 


2,195,022 


36,095 


91 


2,090 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


180,153 


2,241 


1,937,425 


29,637 


85 


1,866 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


163,503 


1,806 


84,330,224 


1,019,153 


302 


24,486 


1.21 


— 


— 


— 


— 


805,860 


10,763 


29,154,312 


382,304 


224 


11,068 


1.31 


— 


— 


— 


— 


252,747 


3,416 


5,346,289 


102,478 


86 


5,272 


1.92 














115,884 


1,453 


50,489,364 


656,576 


249 


17,716 


1.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


588,078 


7,542 


1,181,000 


18,692 


19 


5,047 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


37,296 


459 


184,400 


4,195 


23 


683 


2.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


15,984 


229 


17,753,156 


257,757 


282 


5,293 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


259,407 


3,476 


33,100,570 


430,675 


369 


7,673 


1.30 














1,113,560 


13,895 


2,906,066 


52,918 


83 


2,935 


1.82 


— 


— 


— 


— 


109,890 


1,429 


2,221,723 


33,805 


80 


2,420 


1.52 


— 


— 


— 


— 


140,653 


1,657 


17,533,564 


323,867 


355 


4,122 


1.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


653,679 


9,830 


9,678,765 


159,036 


168 


4,888 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


362,970 


5,283 


33,677,781 


562,716 


681 


4,152 


1.67 














1,631,503 


25,354 


1,105,800 


19,914 


54 


1,789 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


80,253 


987 


9,878,675 


173,234 


290 


2,810 


1.75 


— 


— 


— 


— 


506,826 


7,218 


3,636,567 


50,519 


60 


5,136 


1.39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


94,572 


1,186 


291,856,909 


3,998,281 


3,268 


7,589 


1.37 










4,658,004 


62,530 



152 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 

Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Kingsville 

Kirkfield 

Kitchener 

Lakefield 

Lambeth 

Lanark 

Lancaster 

Larder Lake Twp. 

Latchford 

Leamington 

Lindsay 

Listowel 

London 

L'Orignal 

Lucan 

Lucknow 

Lynden 

Madoc 

Magnetawan 

Markdale 

Markham 

Marmora 

Martintown 

Massey 

Maxville 

McGarry Twp 

Meaford 

Merlin 

Merrickville 

Midland 

Mildmay 

Millbrook 

Milton 

Milverton 

Mississauga 

Mitchell 

Moorefield 

Morrisburg 

Mount Brydges 

Mount Forest 



kWh 

27,891,853 

1,166,494 

978,903,803 

15,912,591 

10,132,002 

4,183,862 
3,135,274 
5,699,043 
2,284,626 
75,202,182 

121,599,820 

46,936,559 

1,580,110,984 

6,813,382 

7,466,547 

6,820,280 
2,616,981 
10,219,403 
1,062,118 
9,099,847 

85,106,796 
7,318,321 
1,005,404 
7,113,942 
5,355,602 

4,612,951 

33,825,124 

3,421,815 

4,962,716 

102,764,727 

4,842,191 

4,233,053 

73,376,098 

8,568,165 

1,999,642,354 

20,609,860 
2,140,442 

13,947,331 
4,366,850 

21,499,527 



$ 

475,659 

16,198 

14,127,009 

216,151 

143,494 

69,572 
47,269 
100,941 
36,740 
1,062,369 

1,779,561 

639,157 

22,664,847 

102,773 

128,748 

99,327 
40,392 

152,184 
17,261 

150,905 

1,361,332 

129,915 

17,117 

107,459 

78,877 

80,085 

543,133 

45,303 

83,876 

1,455,565 

72,785 

64,862 

1,121,813 

145,313 

27,263,330 

361,799 
33,306 

217,812 
64,493 

325,558 



1,886 

117 

37,533 

904 

837 

337 
237 
501 
185 
3,963 

4,827 
1,897 

73,455 
469 
517 

518 
197 
645 
127 
611 

4,259 
611 

122 
458 
352 

400 

1,846 

297 

402 

4,209 

420 

372 

2,942 

536 

52,110 

1,106 
151 
910 
488 

1,431 



kWh 

14,105,200 

717,934 

297,652,785 

8,200,874 

7,263,163 

2,537,650 
1,780,010 
4,439,700 
1,445,051 
24,110,025 

39,850,750 

16,878,983 

527,258,267 

4,181,114 

5,107,180 

3,935,551 
1,888,864 
5,357,180 
703,261 
5,126,756 

49,318,486 

4,800,241 

728,080 

5,165,644 

2,775,370 

3,626,773 
13,895,506 
2,019,717 
2,784,350 
33,206,507 

3,441,850 

3,007,479 

23,962,391 

3,860,302 

477,223,083 

9,562,600 
1,200,635 
8,253,616 
3,043,635 
12,621,425 



$ 

253,200 

9,890 

4,650,352 

106,061 

104,070 

39,733 
26,536 
74,920 
23,291 
405,212 

681,158 

249,305 

9,426,765 

62,747 

85,258 

52,182 
28,610 
74,961 
11,270 
81,350 

814,504 
84,964 
12,063 
77,863 
38,026 

61,080 
241,631 
23,948 
48,355 
531,925 

46,975 

46,281 

398,097 

62,783 

7,684,075 

161,839 
18,330 

125,095 
43,615 

183,195 



1,577 

88 

34,001 

762 

759 

287 
183 
441 
165 
3,346 

4,114 

1,636 

66,849 

397 

448 

419 
172 
500 
97 
479 

3,867 
502 
104 
397 
278 

360 

1,585 

232 

330 

3,664 

321 

320 

2,538 

435 

46,844 

944 
129 
776 
421 
1,174 



kWh 
755 
680 
739 
905 



753 
824 
843 
732 
606 

813 
865 
665 
889 
1,012 

786 
920 
902 
598 
910 

1,114 

786 

601 

1,094 

833 

834 
736 
727 
706 
766 

913 
796 
848 
750 
933 

851 
770 
897 
618 
907 



Statement C 



153 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 








(undei 


5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


<t 


kWh 


$ 




<t 


kWh 


$ 


13,422,023 


217,348 


309 


3,655 


1.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


364,630 


5,111 


408,267 


5,914 


29 


1,173 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


40,293 


394 


473,892,274 


7,048,045 


3,528 


11,277 


1.49 


194,782,000 


2,246,658 


4 


1.15 


12,576,744 


181,954 


7,335,427 


105,184 


142 


4,446 


1.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


376,290 


4,906 


2,643,731 


36,887 


78 


2,807 


1.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


225,108 


2,537 


1,574,950 


28,901 


50 


2,853 


1.84 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


71,262 


938 


1,229,390 


19,309 


54 


1,915 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


125,874 


1,424 


1,116,819 


23,863 


60 


1,591 


2.14 


— 


— 


— 


— 


142,524 


2,158 


765,316 


12,570 


20 


3,447 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


74,259 


879 


50,195,717 


645,556 


617 


6,880 


1.29 


— 


— 


— 


— 


896,440 


11,601 


80,647,173 


1,083,362 


713 


9,479 


1.34 














1,101,897 


15,041 


29,559,075 


383,310 


261 


9,474 


1.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


498,501 


6,542 


955,203,497 


12,197,436 


6,605 


12,370 


1.28 


77,158,400 


776,873 


1 


1.01 


20,490,820 


263,773 


2,466,101 


38,031 


72 


3,045 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


166,167 


1,995 


2,221,505 


41,581 


69 


2,805 


1.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


137,862 


1,909 


2,722,891 


45,172 


99 


2,304 


1.66 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


161,838 


1,973 


640,871 


10,708 


25 


2,273 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


87,246 


1,074 


4,626,126 


74,119 


145 


2,677 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


236,097 


3,104 


316,566 


5,494 


30 


910 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


42,291 


497 


3,810,920 


67,179 


132 


2,424 


1.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


162,171 


2,376 


34,780,319 


532,215 


392 


7,688 


1.53 














1,007,991 


14,613 


2,288,976 


41,875 


109 


1,937 


1.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


229,104 


3,076 


233,035 


4,479 


18 


1,050 


1.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


44,289 


575 


1,774,139 


27,582 


61 


2,385 


1.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


174,159 


2,014 


2,441,038 


39,179 


74 


2,768 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


139,194 


1,672 


822,342 


16,552 


40 


1,780 


2.01 


_ 











163,836 


2,453 


19,346,535 


293,005 


261 


6,165 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


583,083 


8,497 


1,332,501 


20,577 


65 


1,722 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


69,597 


778 


2,008,869 


33,348 


72 


2,375 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


169,497 


2,173 


69,020,758 


916,748 


545 


10,842 


1.33 


— 


— 


— 


— 


537,462 


6,892 


1,274,800 


24,254 


99 


1,107 


1.90 














125,541 


1,556 


1,141,325 


17,613 


52 


1,865 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


84,249 


968 


48,370,751 


708,694 


404 


10,257 


1.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,042,956 


15,022 


4,474,430 


79,275 


101 


3,729 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


233,433 


3,255 


1,096,721,031 


15,044,904 


5,261 


18,652 


1.37 


409,327,960 


4,312,939 


5 


1.05 


16,370,280 


221,412 


10,716,920 


195,051 


162 


5,496 


1.82 














330,340 


4,909 


878,480 


14,163 


22 


3,254 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


61,327 


813 


5,405,004 


89,000 


134 


3,361 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


288,711 


3,717 


1,232,640 


19,839 


67 


1,533 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


90,575 


1,039 


8,574,466 


138,670 


257 


2,802 


1.62 










303,636 


3,693 



154 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Napanee 

Nepean Twp , 

Neustadt 

Newboro 

Newburgh 

Newbury 

Newcastle 

New Hamburg... 

Newmarket 

Niagara 

Niagara Falls 

Nipigon Twp 

North Bay 

North York 

Norwich 

Norwood 

Oakville 

Oil Springs 

Omemee .... 

Orangeville 

Orillia 

Orono 

Oshawa 

Ottawa 

Otterville 

Owen Sound 

Paisley 

Palmerston 

Paris 

Parkhill 

Parry Sound 

Pembroke 

Penetanguishene. 

Perth 

Peterborough 

Petroha 

Pickering 

Picton 

Plantagenet 

Plattsville 



kWh 
33,508,563 
535,601,769 
2,430,053 
1,557,809 
2,618,287 

1,776,753 
12,485,456 
21,346,806 
91,114,767 
16,738,214 

351,510,725 

17,073,817 

359,901,128 

3,650,780,594 

7,441,872 

6,878,122 

782,630,362 

2,030,233 

4,092,739 

60,269,586 

199,607,931 

6,390,925 

944,177,926 

2,968,368,643 

3,101,378 

159,739,741 

6,115,330 

10,863,240 

38,038,547 

8,221,290 

40,330,147 
99,273,972 
35,943,146 
44,925,059 
472,197,242 

19,670,600 

11,556,746 

30,375,078 

5,457,953 

5,416,886 



$ 
522,953 
7,760,362 
44,311 
28,408 
45,153 

26,499 

214,994 

348,666 

1,483,459 

279,422 

5,392,921 

267,435 

5,622,125 

54,161,485 

126,759 

106,332 

10,818,886 

34,033 

59,979 

991,976 

2,817,839 

106,904 

13,010,398 

41,509,065 

52,591 

2,228,793 
98,270 
186,580 
603,079 
141,261 

628,572 

1,596,712 

523,435 

672,488 

6,778,294 

363,212 

197,762 

470,298 

90,605 

69,257 



1,923 

16,328 

235 

174 

225 

171 

691 

1,138 

4,236 

1,244 

20,476 

892 

16,889 

135,243 

755 

524 

19,821 

276 

335 

3,880 

8,305 

425 

28,992 

103,352 

307 

6,959 
426 
801 

2,413 
559 

2,378 
5,412 
1,638 
2,415 
21,019 

1,578 
817 

1,953 
294 
217 



kWh 
12,318,856 
217,360,208 
1,808,400 
1,173,445 
1,608,903 

780,700 

7,142,947 

12,172,718 

47,279,920 

8,211,508 

126,157,793 
7,950,761 

154,372,794 

1,213,387,985 

5,298,656 

4,449,556 

193,025,006 

1,241,968 

2,394,561 

25,448,469 

68,880,603 

4,031,266 

282,340,333 

853,748,564 

1,954,573 

56,841,004 
4,281,700 
6,598,130 

15,398,996 
4,657,100 

22,642,849 
43,088,978 
17,148,713 
16,059,906 
180,267,106 

9,680,900 
6,895,557 
14,752,381 
3,301,048 
1,718,196 



$ 

207,175 

3,418,867 

31,043 

21,468 

27,138 

11,783 
120,433 
193,932 
778,633 
145,408 

2,220,927 

130,768 

2,646,373 

19,631,592 

88,491 

66,372 

3,426,433 

19,986 

34,819 

465,969 

1,054,966 

63,726 

4,456,829 

11,431,695 

32,041 

900,441 

65,564 

1 14,795 

282,080 

73,997 

347,731 
733,067 
266,690 
277,128 
2,960,776 

180,829 

122,645 

235,704 

55,769 

22,242 



1,560 

14,527 

198 

149 

192 

140 

602 

969 

3,730 

1,056 

18,167 
733 

14,742 

121,392 

637 

457 

17,257 

202 

288 

3,466 

7,318 

364 

25,918 

91,210 

252 

5,935 
352 
682 

2,095 
448 

1,978 
4,630 
1,442 
2,033 
18,717 

1,342 

728 

1,586 

238 

177 



kWh 
659 
1,273 
765 
656 
708 



992 
1,043 
1,085 

647 

587 
911 
880 
840 
700 

817 
946 
514 
704 
638 

792 
929 
919 
781 
637 

812 
1,022 
816 
619 
876 

957 
781 
1,000 
672 
835 

613 
791 
776 
1,163 
816 



Statement C 



155 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 








(unde 


• 5,000 kW) 








(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


<t 


kWh 


$ 




c 


kWh 


$ 


20,841,056 


311,353 


363 


4,858 


1.49 


— 


— 


— 


— 


348,651 


4,425 


279,263,875 


3,912,178 


1,800 


13,245 


1.40 


37,164,834 


402,262 


1 


1.08 


1,812,852 


27,055 


560,714 


12,481 


37 


1,263 


2.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


60,939 


787 


333,748 


6,357 


25 


1,112 


1.90 


— 


— 


— 


— 


50,616 


583 


944,449 


17,058 


33 


2,385 


1.81 


— 


— 


— 


— 


64,935 


957 


935,780 


13,986 


31 


2,328 


1.49 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


60,273 


730 


5,146,372 


91,399 


89 


4,873 


1.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


196,137 


3,162 


8,867,062 


150,643 


169 


4,372 


1.70 


— 


— 


— 


— 


307,026 


4,091 


42,748,934 


687,929 


506 


6,798 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,085,913 


16,897 


8,151,415 


128,941 


188 


3,712 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


375,291 


5,073 


219,370,920 


3,090,770 


2,309 


7,952 


1.41 





_ 








5,982,012 


81,224 


9,008,734 


135,112 


159 


4,972 


1.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1 14,322 


1,555 


203,007,191 


2,939,41 1 


2,147 


7,823 


1.45 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,521,143 


36,341 


2,299,438,916 


32,856,651 


13,849 


14,074 


1.43 


98,709,693 


1,091,380 


2 


1.11 


39,244,000 


581,862 


2,005,021 


36,509 


118 


1,416 


1.82 


— 


— 


— 


— 


138,195 


1,759 


2,292,702 


38,276 


67 


2,895 


1.67 














135,864 


1,684 


251,246,785 


3,849,636 


2,561 


8,335 


1.53 


333,268,000 


3,464,549 


3 


1.04 


5,090,571 


78,268 


711,675 


13,173 


74 


801 


1.85 


— 


— 


— 


— 


76,590 


874 


1,599,610 


23,853 


47 


2,867 


1.49 


— 


— 


— 


— 


98,568 


1,307 


34,226,379 


518,037 


414 


6,940 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


594,738 


7,970 


128,584,806 


1,735,888 


987 


10,536 


1.35 














2,142,522 


26,985 


2,265,420 


41,752 


61 


3,173 


1.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


94,239 


1,426 


275,820,376 


3,997,930 


3,063 


7,673 


1.45 


378,127,781 


4,444,663 


11 


1.18 


7,889,436 


1 10,976 


1,823,048,699 


26,357,352 


12,136 


12,558 


1.45 


264,312,000 


3,301,394 


6 


1.25 


27,259,380 


418,624 


1,074,544 


19,661 


55 


1,613 


1.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


72,261 


889 


101,042,928 


1,304,735 


1,024 


8,320 


1.29 














1,855,809 


23,617 


1,747,050 


31,528 


74 


1,903 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


86,580 


1,178 


3,962,413 


67,786 


119 


2,798 


1.71 


— 


— 


— 


— 


302,697 


3,999 


21,634,557 


308,968 


318 


5,696 


1.43 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,004,994 


12,031 


3,390,030 


64,927 


111 


2,703 


1.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


174,160 


2,337 


17,069,916 


272,259 


400 


3,597 


1.59 














617,382 


8,582 


54,713,800 


843,321 


782 


5,887 


1.54 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,471,194 


20,324 


18,434,469 


251,990 


196 


7,878 


1.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


359,964 


4,755 


28,302,716 


388,394 


382 


6,256 


1.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


562,437 


6,966 


211,541,143 


2,918,024 


2,299 


7,407 


1.38 


74,690,364 


824,298 


3 


1.10 


5,698,629 


75,196 


9,726,630 


178,735 


236 


3,370 


1.84 














263,070 


3,648 


4,457,726 


72,388 


89 


4,245 


1.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


203,463 


2,729 


14,988,665 


226,705 


367 


3,436 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


634,032 


7,889 


2,027,035 


33,221 


56 


2,990 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


129,870 


1,615 


3,643,695 


46,311 


40 


7,497 


1.27 


" 








54,995 


704 



156 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Point Edward 

Port Burwell 

Port Colborne 

Port Credit 

Port Dover 

Port Elgin 

Port Hope 

Port McNicoll 

Port Perry 

Port Rowan 

Port Stanley 

Prescott 

Preston 

Priceville 

Princeton 

Queenston 

Rainy River 

Red Rock 

Renfrew 

Richmond 

Richmond Hill 

Ridge town 

Ripley 

Rockland 

Rockwood 

Rodney 

Rosseau 

Russell 

St Catharines 

St Clair Beach 

St George 

St Jacobs 

St Marys 

St Thomas 

Sandwich West Twp. 

Sarnia 

Scarborough 

Schreiber Twp 

Seaforth 

Shelburne 



kWh 

48,392,825 

2,739,548 

102,116,237 

150,782,233 

15,317,467 

34,565,292 
94,126,950 

8,450,425 
21,349,761 

2,996,735 

9,769,537 

31,904,569 

129,147,622 

521,538 

2,637,891 

2,553,967 
7,201,380 
7,044,261 
51,885,623 
12,963,888 

140,046,683 
15,939,774 

3,843,620 
17,306,206 

5,020,806 

4,568,750 
1,508,628 
4,127,500 
1,113,900,182 
8,631,090 

6,041,834 
9,275,629 

27,985,427 
191,187,658 

51,554,841 

453,935,718 

2,419,441,445 

12,040,465 

12,792,189 

18,358,174 



$ 

638,316 

59,663 

1,482,369 

1,801,745 

302,252 

580,932 

1,413,078 

137,126 

338,548 

55,889 

176,528 

455,367 

1,884,901 

9,622 

36,880 

36,465 
131,771 

96,263 
787,666 
206,352 

2,041,333 
272,808 

54,637 
284,957 

81,907 

67,386 
24,350 
65,215 
15,640,294 
140,789 

88,371 

110,222 

390,562 

2,846,403 

888,212 

6,055,300 

34,403,543 

189,516 

232,617 

292,062 



936 

432 

6,041 

2,242 

1,593 

1,661 
3,427 

661 
1,226 

397 

1,123 

1,976 

5,534 

90 

202 

208 
464 
396 
3,139 
765 

5,747 
1,223 

269 
1,171 

363 

456 
163 
285 
37,374 
567 

333 

310 

1,920 

9,675 

3,888 

17,430 

84,333 

678 

897 

1,044 



kWh 
5,136,924 
1,761,800 
32,153,644 
14,445,567 
7,763,444 

21,154,156 
28,889,560 

5,916,138 
13,268,251 

1,723,320 

6,263,413 

13,893,633 

42,511,236 

458,820 

1,826,414 

2,003,338 
4,258,928 
3,402,430 
24,866,650 
8,791,603 

50,540,132 
7,007,711 
2,720,831 

10,885,666 
3,626,773 

2,388,860 
1,009,023 
2,875,152 
239,651,414 
6,060,020 

2,517,070 

3,139,350 

14,210,960 

63,973,834 

41,848,151 

134,682,181 

838,867,765 

7,091,299 

6,027,824 

13,458,550 



$ 

98,019 

39,314 

609,355 

231,258 

169,598 

353,746 
548,272 

87,920 
206,569 

31,989 

1 16,829 

192,093 

684,394 

8,361 

23,557 

28,341 
77,413 
50,214 
392,307 
141,028 

850,339 
129,057 

37,312 
182,058 

59,628 

36,060 

16,146 

43,501 

4,511,208 

105,561 

38,172 
37,183 

209,249 
1,196,928 

736,318 

2,189,347 

12,658,322 

109,274 

114,644 

202,298 



782 

356 

5,343 

1,605 

1,366 

1,447 
3,002 

630 
1,040 

298 

1,000 

1,708 

4,999 

83 

160 

192 
370 
365 
2,649 
698 

4,973 
1,042 

224 
1,041 

312 

373 
142 
247 
34,070 
533 

286 

256 

1,651 

8,643 

3,676 

15,598 

75,470 

589 

763 



kWh 
546 
422 
504 
748 
468 

1,245 
829 
801 

1,072 
466 

520 
678 
728 
469 
966 



954 

784 

791 

1,098 

847 
565 
1,035 
888 
969 

536 
612 
986 
600 
953 

733 
1,051 
722 
618 
950 

721 
935 
993 
664 
1,251 



Statement C 



157 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




« 


kWh 


$ 


42,866,624 


535,000 


154 


23,815 


1.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


389,277 


5,297 


932,127 


19,749 


76 


1,015 


2.12 


— 


— 


— 


— 


45,621 


600 


68,867,689 


858,645 


698 


8,335 


1.25 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,094,904 


14,369 


60,616,384 


864,165 


636 


7,961 


1.43 


74,803,200 


693,157 


1 


0.93 


917,082 


13,165 


7,232,678 


128,315 


227 


2,649 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


321,345 


4,339 


12,999,215 


221,160 


214 


5,146 


1.70 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


411,921 


6,026 


64,324,970 


851,869 


425 


12,466 


1.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


912,420 


12,937 


2,418,070 


47,680 


31 


7,070 


1.97 


— 


— 


— 


— 


116,217 


1,526 


7,828,430 


128,412 


186 


3,749 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


253,080 


3,567 


1,174,181 


22,709 


99 


1,112 


1.93 


— 


— 


— 


— 


99,234 


1,191 


3,227,403 


56,267 


123 


2,196 


1.74 














278,721 


3,432 


17,656,957 


258,688 


268 


5,490 


1.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


353,979 


4,586 


84,560,464 


1,172,751 


535 


13,049 


1.39 


— 


— 


— 


— 


2,075,922 


27,756 


47,400 


1,059 


7 


564 


2.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


15,318 


202 


767,148 


12,800 


42 


1,504 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


44,329 


523 


489,690 


7,348 


16 


2,550 


1.50 








_ 


_ 


60,939 


776 


2,811,465 


52,444 


94 


2,466 


1.87 


— 


— 


— 


— 


130,987 


1,914 


3,551,840 


44,942 


31 


9,704 


1.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


89,991 


1,107 


26,385,274 


387,617 


490 


4,534 


1.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


633,699 


7,742 


3,977,480 


62,661 


67 


5,179 


1.58 


— 


— 


— 


— 


194,805 


2,663 


88,232,493 


1,174,025 


774 


9,637 


1.33 














1,274,058 


16,969 


8,419,903 


136,782 


181 


3,920 


1.62 


— 


— 


— 


— 


512,160 


6,969 


1,045,200 


16,390 


45 


1,936 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


77,589 


935 


6,187,107 


99,561 


130 


3,848 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


233,433 


3,338 


1,210,550 


19,982 


51 


2,059 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


183,483 


2,297 


2,053,020 


29,942 


83 


2,061 


1.46 














126,870 


1,384 


454,650 


7,688 


21 


1,762 


1.69 


— 


— 


— 


— 


44,955 


516 


1,140,793 


20,268 


38 


2,469 


1.78 


— 


— 


— 


— 


111,555 


1,446 


306,322,656 


4,534,144 


3,298 


7,779 


1.48 


555,004,380 


6,414,854 


6 


1.16 


12,921,732 


180,088 


2,420,890 


33,117 


34 


5,848 


1.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


150,180 


2,111 


3,422,108 


48,852 


47 


6,004 


1.43 














102,656 


1,347 


6,030,052 


71,838 


,54 


9,306 


1.19 


— 


— 


— 


— 


106,227 


1,201 


13,256,319 


175,386 


269 


4,099 


1.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


518,148 


5,927 


125,272,101 


1,624,635 


1,032 


10,305 


1.30 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,941,723 


24,840 


9,433,297 


148,051 


212 


3,960 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


273,393 


3,843 


230,858,495 


3,026,335 


1,831 


10,646 


1.31 


82,376,400 


757,021 


1 


0.92 


6,018,642 


82,597 


1,387,731,529 


19,665,861 


8,859 


13,170 


1.42 


166,153,200 


1,706,676 


4 


1.03 


26,688,951 


372,684 


4,640,197 


76,041 


89 


4,394 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


308,969 


4,201 


6,452,011 


113,585 


134 


3,827 


1.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


312,354 


4,388 


4,575,615 


85,464 


146 


2,657 


1.87 


~ 








324,009 


4,300 



158 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 

Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Simcoe 

Sioux Lookout 

Smiths Falls 

Southampton 

South Grimsby Twp. 

South River 

Springfield 

Stayner 

Stirling 

Stoney Creek 

Stouffville 

Stratford 

Strathroy 

Streets ville 

Sturgeon Falls 

Sudbury 

Sunderland 

Sundridge 

Sutton 

Tara 

Tavistock 

Tecumseh 

Teeswater 

Terrace Bay Twp 

Thamesford 

Thamesville 

Thedford 

Thessalon 

Thornbury 

Thorn dale 

Thornton 

Thorold 

Thunder Bay 

Tilbury 

Tillsonburg 

Toronto 

Tottenham 

Trenton 

Tweed 

Uxbridge 



kWh 
102,343,775 
20,806,327 
74,987,494 
21,457,517 
4,789,345 

6,593,722 
1,993,647 

12,138,510 
9,219,765 

36,064,032 

31,152,294 
234,565,033 
46,506,147 
42,381,580 
32,940,501 

576,036,860 
3,894,173 
6,083,758 
18,440,933 
6,520,825 

12,277,310 
23,980,220 

7,339,810 
13,497,631 

9,929,610 

5,536,839 
4,246,389 
9,476,664 
9,497,510 
1,968,428 

1,509,542 

43,056,067 

823,138,993 

25,347,589 

52,862,277 

6,553,680,346 

8,831,762 

156,364,239 

12,572,010 

20,576,610 



$ 

1,649,519 
328,715 

1,121,564 

344,205 

89,445 

111,901 
26,713 
205,866 
145,646 
560,265 

508,932 
3,499,640 
778,776 
630,318 
562,568 

9,168,132 
57,785 
87,474 
268,459 
91,889 

195,640 
382,222 
105,046 
178,958 
138,461 

94,457 
61,018 
163,936 
164,323 
29,863 

26,178 

633,223 

11,770,570 

426,646 

840,055 

92,724,700 

160,829 

2,027,186 

188,155 

322,967 



4,697 
1,105 
3,787 
1,572 
472 



192 

940 

641 

2,186 

1,743 

8,492 
2,611 
2,185 
2,053 

28,712 

302 

394 

1,063 

319 

635 
1,593 

444 
515 
543 

462 
320 
664 
667 
162 

163 

2,746 

36,397 

1,487 

2,925 

204,656 
821 

5,433 
721 

1,223 



kWh 
32,599,939 
10,494,853 
29,724,910 
13,888,850 

2,638,231 

4,123,126 
1,421,081 
7,588,505 
5,446,837 
20,186,145 

15,172,533 
74,117,761 
19,423,988 
17,410,285 
21,328,715 

272,956,413 
2,518,173 
3,432,700 
9,132,750 
3,098,303 

6,127,260 
12,202,010 
3,424,330 
7,018,300 
5,448,483 

2,846,301 
2,504,980 
5,251,955 
4,902,560 
1,194,483 

1,222,150 

16,156,582 

313,802,851 

9,223,737 

17,116,702 

1,215,375,898 

5,583,900 

43,292,075 

6,108,506 

10,416,831 



$ 

648,798 
169,448 
523,427 
219,498 

48,700 

66,415 
18,342 

126,796 
83,638 

312,716 

258,808 
1,297,277 
311,939 
272,077 
358,224 

4,368,526 
35,585 
46,469 
132,490 
44,035 

98,297 
222,402 
47,417 
93,439 
81,287 

42,041 
33,614 
88,164 
85,298 
17,976 

20,396 

289,603 

4,826,007 

163,217 

303,609 

20,019,646 

104,879 

673,610 

84,848 

158,622 



3,965 

944 

3,259 

1,424 

365 

376 
160 
792 
527 
1,942 

1,469 
7,502 
2,287 
1,925 
1,801 

25,767 
251 
291 
855 
249 

518 
1,449 
362 
449 
482 

371 
254 
541 
556 
129 

144 

2,459 

32,650 

1,268 

2,409 

173,576 

736 

4,807 

568 

995 



kWh 
693 
936 
765 
819 
598 

954 
742 
811 
869 



865 
832 
733 
748 
999 



838 

952 

893 

1,041 

1,007 
713 
813 

1,317 
960 

662 
823 
807 
741 

772 

793 
550 
805 
621 
599 

573 
646 
753 
907 

878 



Statement C 



159 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 

December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 






(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


c 


kWh 


$ 




C 


kWh 


$ 


68,350,564 


980,866 


732 


7,500 


1.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,393,272 


19,855 


10,032,836 


155,314 


161 


•5,225 


1.55 


— 


— 


— 


— 


278,638 


3,953 


44,327,520 


586,175 


528 


6,970 


1.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


935,064 


11,962 


7,069,500 


117,693 


148 


3,967 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


499,167 


7,014 


2,054,211 


39,502 


107 


1,607 


1.92 


— 


— 


— 


— 


96,903 


1,243 


2,358,375 


43,614 


68 


2,978 


1.85 














112,221 


1,872 


505,300 


7,613 


32 


1,316 


1.51 


— 


— 


— 


— 


67,266 


758 


4,308,695 


75,740 


148 


2,468 


1.76 


— 


— 


— 


— 


241,310 


3,330 


3,600,434 


59,825 


114 


2,598 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


172,494 


2,183 


15,262,170 


239,837 


244 


5,149 


1.57 


— 


— 


— 


— 


615,717 


7,712 


15,625,782 


244,998 


274 


4,692 


1.57 














353,979 


5,126 


157,192,863 


2,158,091 


990 


13,333 


1.37 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,254,409 


44,272 


26,477,429 


458,900 


324 


7,049 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


604,730 


7,937 


24,281,652 


348,650 


260 


7,813 


1.44 


— 


— 


— 


— 


689,643 


9,591 


11,193,205 


198,202 


252 


3,761 


1.77 


— 


— 


— 


— 


418,581 


6.142 


296,021,846 


4,693,514 


2,945 


8,385 


1.59 














7,058,601 


106,092 


1,288,754 


21,239 


51 


2,085 


1.65 


— 


— 


— 


— 


87,246 


961 


2,564,145 


39,894 


103 


2,401 


1.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


86,913 


1,111 


9,083,075 


133,045 


208 


3,648 


1.46 


— 


— 


— 


— 


225,108 


2,924 


3,303,308 


46,394 


70 


3,990 


1.40 


— 


— 


— 


— 


119,214 


1,460 


5,980,220 


95,229 


117 


4,278 


1.59 














169,830 


2,114 


11,480,170 


155,764 


144 


6,761 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


298,040 


4,056 


3,772,623 


55,782 


82 


3,930 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


142,857 


1,847 


6,223,690 


82,298 


66 


7,979 


1.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


255,641 


3,221 


4,347,927 


55,554 


61 


5,940 


1.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


133,200 


1,620 


2,444,784 


49,390 


91 


2,239 


2.02 














245,754 


3,026 


1,613,869 


25,769 


66 


2,022 


1.60 


— 


— 


— 


— 


127,540 


1,635 


3,933,334 


71,410 


123 


2,790 


1.82 


— 


— 


— 


— 


291,375 


4,362 


4,389,489 


76,168 


HI 


3,310 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


205,461 


2,857 


694,358 


11,020 


33 


1,753 


1.59 


— 


— 


— 


— 


79,587 


867 


262,750 


5,448 


19 


1,184 


2.07 














24,642 


334 


26,111,274 


333,747 


287 


7,716 


1.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


788,211 


9,873 


497,158,360 


6,782,358 


3,747 


10,768 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


12,177,782 


162,205 


15,635,341 


256,928 


219 


6,450 


1.64 


— 


— 


— 


— 


488,511 


6,501 


34,815,506 


523,877 


516 


5,689 


1.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


930,069 


12,569 


3,957,780,675 


56,927,001 


31,063 


10,571 


1.44 


1,314,496,063 


14,870,099 


17 


1.13 


66,027,710 


907,954 


3,113,330 


53,992 


85 


3,203 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


134,532 


1,958 


67,426,699 


901,675 


625 


8,926 


1.34 


44,112,000 


431,651 


1 


0.98 


1,533,465 


20,250 


6,295,339 


101,290 


153 


3,474 


1.61 


— 


— 


— 


— 


168,165 


2,017 


9,957,981 


161,591 


228 


3,869 


1.62 


" 


" 


" 


" 


201,798 


2,754 



160 



Municipal Electrical Service 



MUNICIPAL UTILITY ELECTRICITY 

For the Year Ended 



Municipality 



Total 
Sales 



Total 
Revenue 



Total 
Customers 



Residential Service 



Sales 



Revenue 



Customers 



Mthly. 

Use 

per 
Cust. 



Vankleek Hill 

Vaughan Twp 

Victoria Harbour. 

Walkerton 

Wallaceburg 

Wardsville 

Warkworth 

Wasaga Beach 

Waterdown 

Waterford 

Waterloo 

Watford 

Waubaushene 

Webbwood 

WeUand 

WeUesley 

Wellington 

West Lome 

Westport 

Wheatley 

Whitby 

Wiarton 

Williamsburg 

Winchester 

Windermere 

Windsor 

Wingham 

Woodbridge 

Woodstock 

Woodville 

Wyoming 

York 

Zurich 

Total 



kWh 

7,590,095 
272,758,552 

6,402,967 
40,936,497 
124,151,805 

2,026,026 
3,236,225 
8,047,340 
11,861,217 
11,182,760 

377,373,240 
8,738,790 
3,701,486 
2,164,231 

283,157,447 

3,818,287 
6,030,524 
8,034,347 
4,504,231 
7,769,773 

205,202,039 

14,600,225 

2,087,707 

17,556,914 

1,351,895 

,601,405,022 
27,575,073 
21,995,958 

229,710,949 
2,605,522 

7,198,270 

737,662,347 

4,813,390 

50,237,588,610 



$ 

120,712 

4,251,419 

106,705 

636,893 

1,653,719 

29,053 

54,127 

165,844 

184,167 

215,595 

5,439,256 
142,443 
70,099 
39,124 

4,390,701 

56,875 
98,130 

125,129 
70,020 

126,714 

3,091,821 
227,787 

27,588 
249,638 

24,140 

22,974,374 

406,494 

278,834 

3,235,140 

43,151 

116,881 

10,180,509 

85,607 

711,420,135 



629 
7,825 

615 
1,719 
3,807 

192 
272 
827 
683 
958 

10,843 
616 
475 
158 

13,246 

327 
522 
502 
319 
609 

8,238 
932 
153 
753 
143 

64,650 

1,290 

891 

9,129 

230 

597 

34,860 

344 

1,872,461 



kWh 

4,673,665 
71,779,100 

4,554,250 
16,611,600 
21,457,286 

1,188,810 
2,185,400 
4,383,142 
5,722,300 
5,488,069 

109,670,234 

4,209,040 

2,963,410 

1,369,772 

71,778,160 

2,851,749 
3,982,732 
3,599,909 
2,350,190 
4,631,085 

86,283,201 

8,460,204 

1,073,875 

7,024,327 

912,270 

408,895,521 

12,748,791 

8,461,460 

70,430,272 

1,889,470 

4,252,050 

245,604,987 

3,088,350 

14,811,689,136 



71,230 
1,269,210 

74,921 
271,256 
353,190 

16,324 
35,459 
85,699 
89,274 
1 14,073 

1,780,194 
67,497 
56,138 
25,575 

1,500,593 

39,991 
64,241 
53,315 
37,342 
71,106 

1,453,684 
128,485 

13,923 
1 10,605 

16,894 

7,750,442 
188,671 
111,588 

1,195,799 
30,226 

67,299 

3,588,218 

49,613 

241,837,888 



526 
6,305 

566 
1,444 
3,262 

150 
215 
648 
562 
845 

9,567 
493 
444 
135 

11,885 

277 
447 
436 
245 
517 

7,414 
784 
112 
620 
135 

57,600 

1,060 

732 

8,099 

193 

523 

30,843 

275 

1,654,065 



kWh 
743 
980 
671 
967 
559 

681 
865 
559 
854 
545 

978 
704 
558 
833 
509 

859 
745 
699 
782 
751 

973 
906 
799 
950 
565 

594 
1,012 
958 
738 
829 

684 
647 
931 

752 



Statement C 



161 



SALES, REVENUE AND CUSTOMERS 
December 31, 1974 





General Service 






General Service 








(under 5,000 kW) 








(over 5,000 kW) 


Street Lighting 








Mthly. 






















Use 


Rev. 








Rev. 










Custo- 


per 


per 






Custo- 


per 






Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


Cust. 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


mers 


kWh 


Sales 


Revenue 


kWh 


$ 




kWh 


C 


kWh 


$ 




C 


kWh 


$ 


2,696,317 


46,721 


103 


2,258 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


220,113 


2,761 


199,105,994 


2,954,422 


1,520 


11,257 


1.48 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,873,458 


27,787 


1,729,170 


30,165 


49 


3,002 


1.74 


— 


— 


— 


— 


119,547 


1,619 


24,024,864 


361,498 


275 


7,320 


1.50 


— 


— 


— 


— 


300,033 


4,139 


101,402,483 


1,283,660 


545 


15,350 


1.27 


— 


— 


— 


— 


1,292,036 


16,869 


764,622 


11,917 


42 


1,517 


1.56 





_ 


_ 


_ 


72,594 


812 


944,931 


17,313 


57 


1,381 


1.83 


— 


— 


— 


— 


105,894 


1,355 


3,443,086 


76,906 


179 


1,559 


2.23 


— 


— 


— 


— 


221,112 


3,239 


5,872,943 


91,449 


121 


4,062 


1.56 


— 


— 


— 


— 


265,974 


3,444 


5,479,906 


98,582 


113 


4,114 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


214,785 


2,940 


197,460,772 


2,878,713 


1,275 


13,538 


1.46 


65,148,000 


705,149 


1 


1.08 


5,094,234 


75,200 


4,406,540 


73,377 


123 


2,998 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


123,210 


1,569 


659,750 


12,870 


31 


1,745 


1.95 


— 


— 


— 


— 


78,326 


1,091 


739,181 


12,804 


23 


2,621 


1.73 


— 


— 


— 


— 


55,278 


745 


160,483,874 


2,267,494 


1,360 


10,067 


1.41 


46,715,930 


564,764 


1 


1.21 


4,179,483 


57,850 


855,982 


15,562 


50 


1,427 


1.82 














1 10,556 


1,322 


1,973,533 


32,925 


75 


2,150 


1.67 


— 


— 


— 


— 


74,259 


964 


4,265,274 


69,643 


66 


5,468 


1.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


169,164 


2,171 


2,065,130 


31,612 


74 


2,326 


1.53 


— 


— 


— 


— 


88,911 


1,066 


2,981,512 


53,651 


92 


2,672 


1.80 


— 


— 


— 


— 


157,176 


1,957 


92,149,964 


1,292,754 


823 


9,451 


1.40 


24,185,460 


309,591 


1 


1.28 


2,583,414 


35,792 


5,876,285 


95,805 


148 


3,287 


1.63 


— 


— 


— 


— 


263,736 


3,497 


965,880 


13,110 


41 


2,118 


1.36 


— 


— 


— 


— 


47,952 


555 


10,350,103 


136,639 


133 


6,635 


1.32 


— 


— 


— 


— 


182,484 


2,394 


414,650 


6,892 


8 


4,319 


1.66 


— 


— 


— 


— 


24,975 


354 


763,798,518 


10,807,697 


7,045 


9,025 


1.41 


407,978,070 


4,127,967 


5 


1.01 


20,732,913 


288,268 


14,536,239 


213,925 


230 


5,325 


1.47 


— 


— 


— 


— 


290,043 


3,898 


13,179,520 


162,830 


159 


7,018 


1.24 


— 


— 


— 


— 


354,978 


4,416 


156,004,956 


1,996,846 


1,030 


12,714 


1.28 


— 


— 


— 


— 


3,275,721 


42,495 


668,100 


12,305 


37 


1,505 


1.84 


— 


— 


— 


— 


47,952 


620 


2,851,650 


48,333 


74 


3,211 


1.69 














94,570 


1,249 


387,838,657 


5,493,012 


4,014 


8,089 


1.42 


96,742,520 


997,575 


3 


1.03 


7,476,183 


101,704 


1,613,490 


34,440 


69 


1,935 


2.13 


— 


— 


— 


— 


111,550 


1,554 


26,553,482,874 


375,188,169 


218,295 


10,235 


1.41 


8,343,998,594 


87,017,570 


101 


1.04 


528,418,006 


7,376,508 



162 



Index 



LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS 



AMEU - Association of Municipal 

Electrical Utilities 

GS - Generating Station 

kV - kilovolt(s) 

kVA - kilovolt-ampere(s) 

kWh - kilowatt-hour(s) 

MEU - Municipal Electrical Utilities 



mm 


- minimum 




minute 


MW 


- megawatt 


NPD 


- Nuclear Power Demonstration 


OMEA 


- Ontario Municipal Electric 




Association 


TS 


- Transformer Station 


Twp 


- Township 



INDEX 

In this index, all page references to tables or graphs are in italic type. No references are given for 
the alphabetically arranged listings of municipalities either in Ontario Hydro's financial statements or in 
statements A, B, and C. 



Abitibi Canyon GS 38 

-Paper Co. Ltd 39 

-River 38 

Accident prevention 21 

Accounting policies 24 

Appropriations from net income 25 

Depreciation 25 

Fixed assets 24 

Foreign currency translation 26 

Nuclear agreement - Pickering 

units 1&2 25 

Pension and Insurance Plan 26 

-procedures, uniform for MEU 89 

Adjustments to cost, annual 27, 49 

Administration expense 22 

Advertising 14 

AECL see Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 

Aguasabon GS 38 

-River 38 

Air Quality Control 20 

Alexander GS 38 

Algoma Area 81 

Alliston Area 81 

Amortization of frequency 

standardization cost 22 

Appropriation 

-debt retirement 25, 27, 30 

-stabilization of rates 

and contingencies 25, 27 

Area offices, number of 77 

Arnprior Area 80 

-GS 10, 1 1 

Assets of Ontario Hydro 

see also Financial Statements 2, 3 

-fixed, of the MEU 85, 90-139 

-total, of the MEU 86, 90-139 

Assistance for rural construction 29 

Association of Municipal Electrical 

Utilities 3 

Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 9, 10, 39 

Aubrey Falls GS 38 

Audit of MEU accounts 89 

Average consumption per customer 

see Energy sales 
-number of employees 2, 3 



Balance sheet, Ontario Hydro 28, 29 

-sheets, municipal 90-139 

Bancroft Area 80 

Bargaining, collective 20 

Barrett Chute GS 38 

Barrie Area 81 

Beachville Area 80 

Beamsville Area 80 

Beck, Sir Adam,-Niagara No. 1 GS 38 

-Sir Adam,-Niagara No. 2 GS 38 

Pumping-Generating Station 38 

Board of Directors 3, 4, 16 

composition 4 

Bonds, increase in 24 

-issued by Ontario Hydro 24 

see also Financial Statements, 
bonds payable 

-Payable 33 

-retired 24 

Books of accounts of MEU 89 

Borrowings 24 

Bowmanville 10 

-Area 80 

Bracebridge Area 81 

Brampton Area 80 

Brantford Area 80 

Brockville Area 80 

Bruce GS 9, 10, 12, 23 

-Heavy Water Plant 7, 9, 10 

C 

Cameron Falls GS 38 

Canada Centre for Inland Waters 20 

Canadian currency bonds 34 

-Niagara Power Company 39 

-Union of Public Employees 20 

CANDU nuclear generating concept 2 

Capacity, dependable, of hydraulic resources 38 

-dependable peak 2, 5 

defined 39 

sources of purchased power 39 

-installed 39 

-of combustion-turbines installed 39 

-of Ontario Hydro resources 42-45 

-total system 2-3 



Index 



163 



Capital construction program 10, 11 

-expenditures 11, 46 

-investment 

see Financial Statements 

-investment of the MEU 86, 90-139 

Caribou Falls GS 38 

Cayuga Area 80 

Central Region 80 

Charges allocated to customers 

-contract municipalities 4, 50-67 

-for primary power 49-68 

Chats Falls GS 38 

ChenauxGS 38 

Classes of rural service defined 78 

Clinton Area 80 

Coal supply 18 

Cobden Area 80 

Cobourg Area 80 

Collective agreements 20 

Combustion- turbine units 6 

Commission 3, 4 

Commissioners 3, 4 

Committee on Joint Relationships 20 

Communications 12 

Computer programs 

for energy conservation 19 

Conference and Development Centre 21 

Conferences 21 

Conservation 1 8, 19 

Construction program 10 

Consultants 13 

Contingency Plan for 

Pickering Nuclear Power Station 21 

Contracts with Quebec suppliers 7 

Corporate Office 4 

Corporation 4 

Corridors, transmission-line 13 

Cost allocated to customers 27 

-contract municipalities 4, 5 

-of fixed assets in service 46-47 

-of fuel 22 

-of operation 27 

-of power supplied to MEU defined 4, 5 

-of primary power 49 

adjustments, annual 49 

statement of 50-69 

-of providing service 49 

-of purchased power 27 

see also Financial Statements cost 

-of service defined 4, 5 

-Ontario Hydro 27 

Costing load of the municipalities 50-69 

Costs 

administration 22 

of Ontario Hydro 4, 22 

of operation and maintenance 22 

Courses 21 

training 21 

CUPE see Canadian Union of Public 
Employees 

Current assets 28 

Customers 

direct 4,5 

farm 77, 80-83 

retail 4,5 

number of 5 

direct 5 

farm 80-83 

municipal 5 

retail 5 

rural 77 



served by MEU 5 

served in urban communities 5 

ultimate served 2, 3, 5 



DACS see Data acquisition and computer system 

Data acquisition and computer system 12 

Debt from borrowings 29 

-debenture, MEU 
see Municipal electrical utilities, 

debt 
-long-term of Ontario Hydro 
see Financial Statements 

liabilities 
-of the MEU 
see Municipal electrical utilities 

debt 

-payable in U.S. funds 35 

-retirement 5, 23, 27, 29, 30, 33 

-appropriation 23, 25, 27 

DeCew Falls GS 38 

Demand charge 68 

-primary energy 5 

-primary peak 2 

Dependable peak capacity 2, 3, 40 

-of East System 41 

-of West System 41 

Depreciation accumulated 24, 25 

MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
Ontario Hydro 

see Financial Statements 

-expense 27 

-provision for 27, 28, 31 

-rates 25 

Description of main classes of retail service 77 

Des Joachims GS 38 

Detroit Edison Company 39 

Deutschmarks, bonds in 35 

Diesel-electric generation 39 

Direct customers 

see Customers, direct 

Distribution facilities, Ontario Hydro-owned 24, 46 

Diversity, power 38 

Douglas Point Nuclear Power Station 7 

Dow Chemical 39 

Dryden Area 81 

Dun das Area 80 

Dust 21 

E 

Easements 13 

East Elgin Area 80 

-System 8 

Eastern Region 80 

Electric heating 19 

Electrical Power System Construction 

Association 20 

Electricity sales 

see Sales, electricity 

Employee relations 20 

Employees, number of 2, 3 

Energy charge 49 

-Conservation 1, 18, 19 

-crisis 1 

-delivered by Ontario Hydro to MEU 41, 42 

-deliveries from Manitoba 39 

-deliveries from Quebec 39 



164 



Index 



-generated and purchased 6 

-Minister of 16 

-needs, future 14 

-primary, delivered to interconnected 41, 43 

utilities 

-primary demands 5 

-primary supplied 2, 3 

-produced 

by hydro-electric generating stations 6, 38 

by thermal-electric units 6, 39 

for commercial load 41, 42 

-purchased 7, 39, 40 

by MEU 42 

-requirements 41 

-sales 

average per customer 

farm service 83 

general service 83, 84, 88 

municipal service 88 

retail service 83, 84 

primary 2, 3, 4, 41, 42 

to direct customers 43 

to municipalities 42 

to retail customers 43 

-secondary 2, 3, 4 

-seminars 19 

-supplied 2, 3, 41, 42, 43 

to direct industrial customers 41, 43 

to interconnected systems 7, 41, 43 

to MEU 41, 42 

to retail customers 43 

English River 38 

Environment 1, 19, 20 

Environmental effects of thermal-electric 

operations 14 

-problems 20 

-programs 19, 20 

-studies 20 

Equipment purchased 9, 18 

Equities accumulated through debt retirement 

appropriations and interest 29, 30, 90-139 

Equity of MEU in Ontario Hydro system 30, 86 

Essa TS 1 1, 13 

Essex Area 80 

Evaluation of the Pension Fund 36 

Expenditures on fixed assets 2, 3, 11, 23 

see also Financial Statements 
assets, fixed 
Expense of the MEU 

see Municipal electrical utilities 
expense 

Export of Power 4,7 

Expropriations Act 13 

F 

Farm customers 
see Customers 

-service 43 

defined 77 

Fenelon Falls Area 81 

Final offer selection 20 

Finance 22 

Financial features 4 

-operations of MEU 90-139 

Financial Statements- 
assets 28 

assets, fixed 28, 46, 47 

assistance, provincial 29 

balance sheet 28 

bonds payable 29, 31 



changes in financial position 31 

cost of power 27 

-of providing service 27, 49-68 

depreciation 27, 28, 31, 48 

equities 27, 29, 30 

equities accumulated through debt retirement... 29, 30 

frequency standardization 22, 27, 31 

funded debt, see bonds payable 

liabilities 29 

net income 27 

appropriations 23, 27 

operations, financial, statement of 27 

pension and insurance fund 36 

reserve appropriation 27 

revenue 27 

stabilization of rates 27, 30 

Fixed Assets 24 

investment in, MEU 90-139 

Forecasts of material requirements 18 

Foreign currency translation 26 

Fort Frances Area 81 

Frankford Area 80 

Frequency standardization 22 

Fuel availability 2 

-fossil reserves 1, 2 

-prices of 2, 18 

-requirements 18 

-use of garbage 20 

G 

General rate 85 

number of utilities using 85 

revenue of MEU 87, 142-161 

-service 83, 84, 88, 142-161 

customers, number of 85 

MEU 87 

retail 83,84 

Generating capacity added 1 1, 40-41 

-loss of capacity 2, 5, 41 

-stations 

see also individual listings 
see also Financial Statements, 
assets 

Generation development 2, 3, 9 

Georgian Bay Region 81 

Geraldton Area 81 

Government of Ontario 2, 4, 9, 12, 14, 21 

Great Lakes Power Corporation 39 

Growth in requirements 5, 40 

Guelph Area 80 

H 

Hanmer TS 11, 13 

Harmon GS 38 

Hazards, industrial 21 

Head Office building 22 

Health 21 

Hearn, Richard L., GS 39 

Heavy water supply 7, 24 

High-voltage switchgear 1, 2 

-transmission lines 12, 13, 14 

Holden, Otto, GS 38 

Huntsville Area 81 

Hydro-electric energy generated 38, 39 

-generating facilities 38 

-production 6, 38, 40 

-resources 38 

Hydro-Quebec Power Commission 7, 39 



Index 



165 



Income, net, of MEU 

see also Municipal electric utilities 

revenue 
net of Ontario Hydro 

appropriations from 25, 27 

Increase in bonds payable 31 

-in borrowings 31 

-in demands 5 

-in generating capacity 40, 41 

-in miles of rural line 79 

-in peak capacity 41 

-in power requirements during 1974 40, 41 

-in rates 16 

-in revenue from rate changes 87 

-in revenues, MEU 87 

Industrial customers, 

see Customers, direct 

-hazards 21 

-power service 42, 43 

Inflation 1, 18 

Insulation, Thermal 19 

Insurance fund 36 

Interchange of power 7 

Interconnected utilities 7, 13 

Interest expense 23 

Interim billing 7, 50-67 

-rates to municipalities 16, 50-67 

Interruptible load 41 

Investment of MEU in fixed assets 90-139 

see also Municipal electrical utilities, 

assets 
Investments 24,28 



J. Clark Keith GS 

see Keith, J. Clark, GS 



Kaminestiquia River 38 

Kapuskasing Area 81 

Keith, J. Clark, GS 39 

Kenora Area 81 

Kent Area 80 

Kingston Area 80 

Kipling GS 38 

Kirkland Lake Area 81 

Kleinburg outdoor test station 13 

-TS 11 

L 

Labour relations 20 

Lakeview GS 19, 39 

Lambton Area 80 

-GS 39 

Landscape improvement 19 

Legislature of the Province 4 

Lennox GS 10, 11, 12,23 

Liabilities, long-term 

see Financial statements, 
bonds payable 

Listowel Area 80 

Little Long GS 38 

Load cut under interruptible contracts 41 

London 13 

Long-range planning 3 

of the electrical power system 3, 14 



Long-term debt 

see Financial Statements 

of MEU 90-139 

Lower Notch GS 38 

M 

Madawaska River 38 

Maintenance 8 

Management identification and 

development program 21 

Manitoba Hydro-Electric system 7, 13, 39 

Manitou Falls GS 38 

Manitoulin Area 81 

Margin of net income of MEU 89 

-of reserve capacity 40-41 

Marketing 18,19 

Markham Area 81 

Martindale Junction 13 

Materials purchased 18 

Math eson Area 81 

MattagamiR 38 

Mattawa 82 

Microwave system 12 

Milton 12 

Minden Area 81 

Miscellaneous revenue of MEU 87 

Mississagi River 38 

Montreal River 38 

Mountain Chute GS 38 

Municipal distribution systems 90-139 

-electrical service supplement 85-161 

-electrical utilities 17, 18, 92-161 

accounts 90-139 

assets, fixed, at cost 90-139 

audit 89 

commercial service 88 

cost, average per kWh 88, 142-161 

-of power 50-67 

customers served 2, 3 

debt 86, 90-139 

depreciation 89, 90-139 

energy consumption 42 

-supplied 50-67 

equity in Ontario Hydro system 86, 90-139 

expense 90-139 

financial operations 90-139 

general service 87, 88, 142-161 

income, see revenue 

industrial service 88 

net income 90-139 

number of 85, 91 

power supplied 50-67, 142-161 

rates, interim 16, 50-67 

relationship to Ontario Hydro 3 

residential service SI, 88, 142-161 

revenue 87, 90-139 

-systems, number of. 5, 85, 90 

-systems, owned and operated by 

Ontario Hydro 84 

Municipalities 5, 90-139 

N 

Nanticoke GS 5, 8-12, 15, 23, 39 

National Energy Board 13 

Negotiations with unions 20 

Net revenue of MEU 89, 90-139 

New Liskeard Area 81 

Newmarket Area 80 

New York utilities 2 



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Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation 39 

-Region 80 

-River 8, 38 

Nipigon River 6, 38 

Nobel TS 13 

Noise 21 

North Bay Area 81 

North Channel of Lake Huron 10 

Northeastern Region 81 

Northwestern Region 6, 10, 81 

Nuclear agreement 25 

-capacity in construction program 10, 15 

-fuel 15 

-personnel 2 1 

-Power Demonstration GS 39 

-program 10 

Nuclear-electric production 2, 6, 39 

-stations 15, 21 

-units 7 

Number of employees, average in year 2, 3 

-of retail customers served 5, 80-82 

-of rural customers served 5 

-of ultimate customers served 5 



OMEA see Ontario Municipal 

Electric Association 

Ontario Allied construction Trades Council 20 

-Energy Board 2, 9, 12, 15, 16 

-Energy Board Act 16 

-Government 2, 4, 9, 12, 14 

-Hydro distribution facilities 24, 46-47 

-Hydro Employees's Union 20 

-Ministry of Health 21 

-Ministry of Industry and Tourism 19 

-Ministry of Natural Resources 20 

-Minnesota Pulp and Paper Company 39 

-Municipal Electric Association 3 

-Power GS 38 

Operation expense 22 

Operations 

-statement of, municipal 90-139 

see also Municipal electrical 
utilities, financial operations 
-statement of, Ontario Hydro 27 

see also Financial Statements, 
Operations 

Orangeville Area 81 

Orillia Area 81 

Oshawa Area TS 12 

-Ottawa 12 

River %,38 

Otter Rapids GS 38 

Output of hydro-electric stations 6, 38 

Owen Sound Area 81 

P 

Parry Sound Area 81 

PASNY see Power Authority of the 
State of New York 

Peak demand 2, 3, 5 

Penetanguishene Area 81 

Pension and Insurance Fund 26, 36 

Pensioners 21 

Pennsylvania 18 

Performance Standards, Appliances 19 

Perth Area 80 

Peterborough Area 80 

Pickering GS 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 12, 39 



Picton Area 80 

Pine Portage GS 38 

Planning, long-range 3, 14 

Public hearings 14 

Power Authority of the State of 

New York 39 

-Commission Act 4 

-Corporation Act 4 

-development program 10, 11 

-District 77 

-primary 5 

-produced for General Service 42, 43 

-purchased 4, 39, 40, 41 

-requirements 2, 3, 40, 41 

-resources 2, 3, 38, 39, 40, 41 

Prince Edward County 13 

Program of capital construction 9-14 

Progress on power developments 10, 1 1 

Property acquisition 13 

-rental 13 

Provincial Government 2, 4, 9, 12, 14 

Provision for depreciation 27, 48 

-for reserve for stabilization of 

rates and contingencies 27, 30 

Public participation programs 1, 15 

Purchased energy 6, 39 

Q 

Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission 7, 39 

R 

Radiation dose 21 

Rate stabilization reserve 27, 29, 30, 49 

Rates, interim 16, 49-68 

-retail 17 

-review 2, 16 

Rayner, George W., GS 38 

Rebates to municipalities 49-68 

Red Rock Falls GS 38 

Refunds to municipalities 

see Rebates 

Regulatory powers 4, 89 

Requirements, energy 41 

-of direct customers 41, 42, 43 

-power 41 

-primary energy 41 

Research activities 13, 14 

Reserve capacity 40,41 

-for stabilization of rates and 

contingencies 30 

see also Financial Statements, 
reserve provision 

Reserves of fossil fuels 1, 2 

-of power 2 

Residential electric heat pump 19 

-service 42, 43 

municipal systems 87, 88, 142-161 

retail 78, 80-83 

revenue of MEU 87 

Resources 5, 38, 39, 40, 41 

see also Capacity, dependable peak 

hydro-electric 38 

thermal-electric 39 

Retail customers of Ontario Hydro, 

number of 5, 82 

-customers of MEU 5, 88 

-distribution facilities 17, 46 

-distribution of electricity 77 

-rates 17 



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-service 4 

by MEU 142-161 

by Ontario Hydro 5, 77, 78, 85 

Revenue of Ontario Hydro 2, 3, 22, 27, 49 

from direct customers 22, 49 

from export of secondary energy 8, 22 

from MEU 22, 49 

from retail customers 22, 49 

from rural customers 83, 84 

from sales of power and energy 22 

from sales to interconnected systems 8 

-of MEU 90-139 

-perkWh 

municipal 88 

retail 83,84 

Revised Statutes of Ontario 4 

Richard L. Hearn GS 

see Hearn, Richard L., GS 

Richview System Control Centre 12 

Rights of way 13 

Rural assistance 29 

-customers, number of 5, 80-83 

-distribution facilities 80-83 

-electrical service 79, 80-83 

-energy consumption 42-43 

-general service, defined 78 

-residential service 83 

defined 78 

-residential in termittent-occupancy 

service defined 78 



Safety 21 

training 21 

St. Lawrence River 8, 38 

Sales, electricity 

municipal 88 

retail 83,84 

-of energy 27, 42, 43 

-of secondary energy 4, 8, 27, 43 

Saunders, Robert H., St. Lawrence GS 38 

Secondary energy 40, 41, 42, 43 

revenue 22 

Seminars 21 

Silver Falls GS 38 

Simcoe Area 80 

Society of Ontario Hydro Professional 

Engineers and Associates 20 

SOHPEA, see Society of Ontario Hydro 

Professional Engineers and Associates 
Stabilization of rates and contingencies 

reserve 30 

Staff recruitment 21 

-statistics 2, 3 

-work hours 22 

Standard accounting system of MEU 89 

Stayner Area 81 

Stewartville GS 38 

Stoney Creek Area 80 

Storage conditions 8 

Strathroy Area 80 

Stream-flow conditions 8 

-variations 8 

Street lighting revenue of MEU 87, 88 

Sudbury Area 81 

Sulpnur hexafluoride gas 12 

Supply 18 

Swiss currency bonds 33, 35 

System maintenance 8 



-planning 14, 15 

-stability 14 

T 

Task Force Hydro 4 

Thermal Insulation 19 

Thermal-electric additional capacity 

planned 9, 10 

-energy generated 39, 40 

-generating stations 39 

-production 6 

-resources 39 

-stack emissions 14 

Thunder Bay Area 81 

-Bay GS 10, 39 

Timmins Area 81 

Toronto 12 

Power GS 38 

Training 21 

Transformer stations 11, 19 

Transmission lines 12 

conversion to higher voltage 14 

miles in service 44 

underground 13 

joint use of Right-of-way 13 

Tweed Area 80 

U 

Ultimate customers served 5 

Uniform system of accounts for MEU 89 

United States 2 

currency bonds 35 

Steel Corporation 32 

Uranium supply 2, 15 

V 

Vankleek Hill Area 80 

Variations in stream flows 8 

W 

Walkerton Area 81 

Warren Area 81 

WellandArea 80 

-Canal 38 

Wells GS 38 

Wesleyviile GS 9, 10, 11 

West German currency, bonds in 35 

-System 8 

Western Region 80 

Whitedog Falls GS 38 

Winchester Area 80 

Winnipeg River 38 

Y 

Year-round residential service 78, 83 

York University 14 



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ONT ONTARIO HYDRO 

HYDRO STATISTICAL YEARBOOK, 

YRBK 1974. 
1974